SanDisk’s New Flash Drive Allow You to Connects Directly to Android SmartPhones & Tablets

Actually, I’ve been waiting for this
for a very long time with the rate at which Android device taking over every
where… I was actually thinking late last year on when will I be able to use
flashdrive on my Andriod device?
Sandisk seems to have provided the
answer I needed. SanDisk today announced Ultra Dual USB 3.0 Drive USB flash
drive featuring both a micro-USB and a high-speed USB 3.0 connector for
super-fast file transfers between On The Go (OTG)-enabled Android™ devices1,
PC and Mac computers.

According to SanDisk, “…the new SanDisk
Ultra Dual USB Drive 3.0 enables mobile users to transfer files even faster, as
well as free up space on their smartphones and tablets. The drive simply
connects via micro-USB to a compatible Android device and gives users up to
64GB of extra storage instantly”

In other words, you can copy files
directly from your android phone, pc etc to any other device with the aid of
this new Sandisk flash drives.
The SanDisk Ultra Dual USB Drive 3.0 is
available in 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB versions, with prices between $22.99 to
$64.99 respectively.
Source: Sandisk
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15 thoughts on “SanDisk’s New Flash Drive Allow You to Connects Directly to Android SmartPhones & Tablets”

  1. I have one Silicon power USB OTG. Lovely accessory, I download movies on my s4 then copy to it. Connect it to my TV nd watch, sometimes I backup pics to free my phone….. We all need at least one. Beware of fakes oo. Yomiprof big ups wishing you success this year.

  2. Morning, please the camera of my infinix zero has stopped working, what can I do to it, at first it was the back camera, but now, it's both. It shows blank when I go to camera, like hanging.

    • Try booting into Recovery Mode and wiping the system cache partition. This is different from wiping an individual app cache, and won't erase any personal data.

    • ==> Hold down the Power key and select Power off. If the touchscreen is unresponsive then you can simply keep holding down the Power key for several seconds until the device turns off.
      ==> Press and hold the Power key and the Volume down key. You should see the Android mascot on his back, a bunch of information about your device, and Start at the top right of the screen.
      ==> To navigate through the menu options you use the Volume up and Volume down keys. The Power key is used to make a selection. Press Volume down twice and you should see Recovery mode in red up at the top right, press the Power key to select it.
      ==> The white Google logo will pop up followed by the Android mascot on his back again with the words No command underneath.
      ==> Press and hold the Power key and the Volume up key for around three seconds and then let go of the Volume up key, but keep pressing Power.
      You should see the Android system recovery options pop up at the top of the screen. Use the Volume keys to highlight the options and the Power key to select the one you want.

      Once it boot into recovery, you'll see different recovery option but go straight to "Wipe cache partition:"


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