Supported devices and user manuals

IUSBU Dual (For Smartphones)

  • Samsung Galaxy Note II
  • Samsung Galaxy Grand
  • Samsung Galaxy Trend
  • Samsung Galaxy S2 I9100
  • Samsung Galaxy S2 mini (require App : Stickmont)
  • Samsung Galaxy S3 I9300, I9500
  • Samsung Galaxy S3 and S5 mini (require App : Stickmont)
  • Samsung Galaxy S 4, I9505
  • Samsung Galaxy S4, I9295
  • Samsung Galaxy S4 Active
  • Samsung Galaxy S4 mini (require App : Stickmont)
  • Samsung Galaxy S4 zoom
  • Samsung Galaxy s5
  • Samsung Galaxy s6
  • Samsung Galaxy s6 Edge+
  • Samsung Galaxy Note N7000
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 2 N7100
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 2 CDMA
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 N5100
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 N5110
  • Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 I9200
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 3G T310
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 LTE P5220
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 P5200
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 P5210
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Plus 10.1 P8220

  • Sony Xperia Neo
  • Sony Xperia Arc
  • Sony Xperia Z
  • Sony Xperia Z1

     

  • HTC ONE
  • HTC ONE X
  • HTC HD2
  • HTC Butterfly

     

  • LG Optimus G / G Pro
  • LG Optimus GK
  • LG G2

     

  • Google Nexus 7 (require : Nexus media importer)
  • Google Nexus 10 (require : Nexus media importer)

     

  • Motorola Razr HD
  • Motorola Razr Maxx HD

     

  • Huawei Ascend D
  • Huawei Ascend D1
  • Pantech Vega R3

     

  • Acer Iconia Tab A700
  • Archos Tablets
  • Memup SlidePad 808DC
  • Asus Ativ Tab P8510

 

IUSBU-GT (For Galaxy Tabs)

  • Galaxy Tab - 7.0 Plus
  • Galaxy Tab - 7.7
  • Galaxy Tab - 8.9
  • Galaxy Tab - 10.1
  • Galaxy Tab 2 - 7.0
  • Galaxy Tab 2 - 10.1
  • Galaxy Note - 10.1
  • Galaxy Note 2 - 10.1

 

Check if your Devices OTG Compatible

There are some apps that can help you test whether you have all of the necessary hardware and software to do this, such as USB Host Diagnostics. Using it to test your device's capabilities is very simple

  • Install USB Host Diagnostics from the Play Store
  • Run it
  • Tap the Start Diagnostics link, and following the directions first ensure that you have nothing plugged into USB on your device and then plug a device (such as a USB flash drive) in when prompted

 

host diagnostics

 

If everything works you should end up with a summary screen like this, showing firstly a few details about your device and the running OS, then letting you know whether or not your device says that it supports USB Host Mode, and then the all important final Verdict that lets you know whether testing the Host Mode access worked or not:

 

device

 

If everything is working and the app successfully detected your USB device (showing that your USB Host Mode is working) you should have "Yes" in the ringed sections, and some details showing how much access 3rd party (i.e. non-built-in) apps have to the device. If not, there should be details there to help you track down where the problem is.

 

Alternatively, Chain fire, the author of USB Host Diagnostics, has a (long) listing of all the reports that people have submitted after running the test on their devices. You can look your device up in the list and see if people with your device and operating system version have passed all of the tests, or not. Have a look for your device here: http://usbhost.chainfire.eu/

 

Supported file formats

  • Audio:WAV, AAC, AIF, AIFF, CAF, M4A, MP3
  • Video:MOV, MP4, M4V, MPV
  • Image:BMP, GIF, JPG, PNG, TIFF, XBM, CUR, ICO
  • Documents:PDF, DOC, XLS, PPT, PAGES, KEY, NUM, TXT, RTF, RTFD, HTML