...Or at least female Micro-B to anything else
received my item quick and was as pictured,works well....
INSTEN USB 2.0 A to Micro B Female / Male Adaptor
- Micro USB adapter lets you use a USB charger / cable to charge and sync devices with a micro USB power port.
- Male Micro USB to USB Female receptacle
- Fully support High Speed USB 2.0 specification
- Color: Black
- NOTE: Some of the devices might NOT support cable's charging function by the factory setting. Please refer to the user manual for detail.
Warning: California residents only, please note per Proposition 65 that this product may contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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received my item quick and was as pictured,works well.Read More
I bought 2 of these adapters. The one for my Xoom is workig great and there have been no problems.Read More
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The product was exactly what I needed at a great price.Read More
I was looking for a cheaper solution to the Xoom camera kit, but turns out it doesn't do what I was expecting it to (not like it advertised itself to be anyway). The be clear, this isn't an OTG cable. But, I imagine it works fine as a converter.Read More
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Where can I fin the opposite cable? I want female Micro-B to male USB!
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