OTG is a technology designed specifically for the exchange of data between smartphones, electronic devices and peripherals. This was made possible thanks to the wide capabilities of the Android OS, which include support for file systems used on desktop computers. For the data transfer to take place, the phone must support the OTG protocol. Its use excludes the participation of a PC, which makes the transfer simple and fast. The main thing is to pay attention to the smartphone port, it may be the previously known mini-USB, the current micro-USB or the technological Type-C connector. The bright representative of the smartphone with OTG is the Highscreen Max 3 model
The need for this technology arose due to the impossibility of transferring a large amount of data using Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. OTG expands the capabilities of the smartphone, providing comfort and ease of use, for example, to watch photos or videos through the TV screen, you just need to transfer data from the phone to a USB flash drive, which without a PC is much faster. By the way, if the flash drive is formatted in FAT32, this will be the right approach. Continue reading
Mobile communication has greatly simplified life, saving a huge amount of time and effort, and at the same time complicating it. “With what?” – you ask. But with what … Photo: Depositphotos Remember how long ago you had to deal with mobile spam? And listen to someone else’s private conversation in public transport? Or, relaxing in the forest, listening to unpleasant music from someone’s portable speaker? Do you know situations like this? Or maybe you yourself became their cause?
The younger generation could be blamed for everything if only they behaved in a similar way. But more and more often we see grandparents bringing music from their mobile phones to their speakers for a walk with their grandchildren, and adults, held, influential people conducting business negotiations on the speakerphone in the theater lobby … The Mobile Apocalypse led to loud outsiders conversations of strangers, cold spam calls of telemarketers and other “mobile trash” are perceived today quite calmly, but in vain … Continue reading