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About OTG performance - possible reasons

by thumbtalker1st / January 9, 2014 1:57 PM PST

Never before had I a chance to use the so called " On The Go " function . I perceived the most advantage of this function during the travel of last week through my friend.In and out of devices ,very convenient. So when I came back, I ordered at once the same item with him , a SD card reader adapter with OTG . ( I bought it after I read the instruction details and affirm its compatibility with my tablet and phone.)
Firstly I use it with my Samsung Galaxy Tab. The item goes well and I can reach my data quickly and completely. Then I plug it into Nexus 5 with the same Micro SD card. My phone sense this "invader" very slowly. Something is wrong with my data. The data on the card are not shown completely. A part of the data disappear.
I have no experience like this. Any possible reasons why this strange phenomenon happened. Any suggestion prefereed !!

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You explained it when you wrote it was the Nexus.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / January 10, 2014 12:03 AM PST

OTG on the Nexus has open discussions on other forums. I decline to find those but move to something I found to work for me.

I put what I want to access up on DropBox or a WiFi memory card. I hope you know DropBox but here's a WiFi device similar to one I use.
http://www.amazon.com/Sanho-iUSB-iPhone-Wi-Fi-Devices/dp/B00AWKZSNM/
And yes there are cheaper things like that.

Bob

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Confused ....
by thumbtalker1st / January 10, 2014 3:19 PM PST

Mr R. Proffitt , I did not figure out what you want to say. Are you discussing something else about wifi devices ?

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by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / January 10, 2014 11:57 PM PST
In reply to: Confused ....

It's been complained about before. I'm unsure how to reply as if you tell the folk that ask about it they may get upset as you don't offer a fix but nod about it.

Maybe I should not have offered how I move files around on my Nexus as it confused the discussion?
Bob

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