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Other Phones Based on Qualcomm snapdragon 410 msm8916 with same specs as galaxy A5 are not supporting OTG. Like Lenovo A6000, Qmobile Z8. I find difficulties to Root Q-Z8, to find technical reason of this Issue. msm8916 support USB 2.0 Host. I could not find complete datasheet of processor and SoS.


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There is a very good chance that you may not have a driver problem. There is a very important detail everyone seemed to miss about using network connections via USB: they must be plugged in before the phone is powered on! The phone must also have Wifi and Data turned off, and potentially Airplane Mode! All before the device is turned on. Some devices can ...


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You don't say much about the wireless adapter and which chipset it uses. This is critically important as it will determine which kernel wifi module you'll need. I'm pretty sure Nethunter as distributed already has native support for OTG/host mode as well as some kernel patches to support monitor mode, but not 100% which chipsets are supported/recommended. ...


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I have found Samsung Galaxy S III mini use USB-OTG with Total Commander video on YouTube. There video author shows how to enable USB-OTG in Samsung Galaxy S III mini using USB-OTG cable with power support (micro-USB male, micro-USB female for power or USB male for power, USB female) -- supposedly all you need is reboot the phone while providing power via ...


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Rooting alone does not enable USB OTG functionality. Rooting (and having an unlocked bootloader) only allows you to flash a custom kernel that is built with proper support for USB OTG on your specific device. OTG API has been included in Android since version 3.1. Many modern Android devices have the necessary hardware as well. USB OTG software alone ...



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