On Friday, January 27, 2017 at 4:28:10 PM UTC, dennis@home wrote:
Does anyone know if connecting a micro USB from my Android phone to the micro USB on my TomTom, to copy route data files (.GPX), would work?
I ask as I was told connecting a USB PC to a laptop would fry one or both.
On 28/01/2017 17:08, email@example.com wrote:
So an OTG adapter may or may not convert a mini/micro USB socket on a
tablet to a host? (It does on two tablets I've tried.) What about
PictBridge? What if I plugged a USB stick into the PictBridge socket on
my (ancient) printer? (Probably nothing.)
No it isn't, its a USB type A and a micro usb, both reversible.
You can plug one end into any old USB port on a computer and the other
into stuff like android phones from 5 years ago. Mine is used in my hudl
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