Connect USB flash drives, PC mice, game controllers and more to your mobile devices with the ultimate On-The-Go cable for Micro USB devices!
This USB Type-A (Female) to Micro-B USB (Male) OTG Cable performs a dual purpose. Firstly as a USB 2.0 Adapter, it can convert a regular USB Type-A (Male) plug to a Micro-B USB plug. Secondly, when used with a mobile device supporting On-The-Go (OTG) functionality, you'll be able to directly connect devices like USB drives, PC keyboard or mouse and USB game controllers. Support for these devices may vary depending on your smartphone or tablet model.
It seems every new gadget these days is packing a nifty Micro USB connector for data and charging. Now, though you can adapt that Micro USB port to a regular USB Type-A socket. Why you may ask? Because it now allows you to direclty plug in all sorts of USB goodies like mice, keyboards, game controlers and USB flash sticks to name but a few. On Android, only simple devices can work, but for Windows-based tablets, you can also access hubs and printers, etc.
Not all devices support On-the-Go functions, and OTG adapters like this are wired specifically for OTG-ready products, so they may not be suitable in all applications. However, if your device states OTG or On-The-Go compatibility in the product manual, this cable is the one for you. And, it's a high quality accessory backed by a massive warranty!
- 5 Year Cable Chick Warranty!
- 10cm USB 2.0 Premium OTG Cable
- USB Micro B 5-Pin (Male) to USB Type-A (Male) (USB Micro OTG Cable)
- Transmission Speeds up to 480Mbps
- Suitable for all USB devices including USB-powered peripherals and charging
- Compatible with most HTC and Samsung Phones with OTG function (via Micro USB / MHL Port)
- Compatible with select Windows-based tablets like the HP Omni 10
- Colour: Black
Cable Chick Tip: Not all current mobile phones and tablets have Micro-B 5 Pin USB ports, so check your device manual for compatibility before purchase or compare your charging cable with the image above. Some manufacturers even have their own unique cable versions which may not be compatible with the Micro-USB standard shown here. Always check your device specifications to determine compatibility with OTG products.Why shop with Cable Chick
- Australia's leading retailer of AV cables and tech accessories
- Flat-rate shipping nation wide
- Secure online shopping 24/7
- 14 years experience with 1000's of health, government & education clients
- ALL products locally stocked for same-day dispatch
- Industry leading warranties up to 5-years on products
- A customer base of over 250k+ Australians who trust Cable Chick
- Proudly to be 100% Australian, employing all local staff
Written on 20th April, 2020 by Cable Chick
Learn about USB Type-C Alt Modes like Thunderbolt 3 and DisplayPort, and what products you can find this feature on! [Read More
Written on 6th April, 2020 by Cable Chick
Discover the easiest way to connect your laptop to one or more additional screens with our handy visual guide. [Read More
Blog Category: How To Guides Tags: VGA, How To Guides, AV Signal Converters, Multi-Displays, Adapters, Video Conversion, Tech Guides, Buying Guide, Display Devices, USB Devices, USB Type-C, Thunderbolt
Written on 29th March, 2016 by Cable Chick
What is USB Type-C? How does it fit in with existing versions of USB? USB Type-C and USB 3.1 Gen 2 are explained simply in our in-depth article on the latest reversible connector! [Read More
Written on 18th Nov, 2015 by Cable Chick
USB OTG (On-the-Go) is a powerful feature of many Android smartphones and tablets. Learn how to take advantage of it today! [Read More
Blog Category: Technology Guides Tags: Adapters, Memory & Storage, Tech Guides, USB, USB 3.0, Tablet Accessories, Ethernet Adapters, Gaming, Smartphones, USB Cables, USB Devices, USB Type-C
Written on 5th May, 2015 by Cable Chick
Meet the exclusive new lineup of Avencore Coiled USB cables - only at Cable Chick! [Read More
Written on 24th Sept, 2014 by Cable Chick
What is MHL and what can it do? We take a look at the promises and pitfalls of this handy but confusing video standard. [Read More
Blog Category: Technology Guides Tags: HDMI, Active Devices, Passive Devices, Multi-Displays, Adapters, Full HD 1080p, Video Conversion, Tech Guides, Tablet Accessories, Smartphones, Android, USB Devices
Posted: 30th June, 2015
Does this cable fit classic 80gig ipod.?
"No. Apple devices are not OTG compatible, so this cable would not connect directly to the iPod classic, nor offer any additional functionality."
Posted: 10th Nov, 2015
Need cable for canon mg 2560
"If you are connecting this printer to your computer you most likely need one of our USB A to USB B Cables (product code: USB2012). Take a look at our guide to cables and connectors to ensure you purchase the correct cable to suit your needs.
Have a question about this product?