Details about Micro USB OTG Host Adapter Cable For Samsung Galaxy S2 S3 Asus Google Nexus 7 UKMicro USB OTG Host Adapter Cable For Samsung Galaxy S2 S3 Asus Google Nexus 7 UK See original listing
21 Jul, 2014 10:01:19 BST
London, United Kingdom
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Micro USB OTG to USB 2.0 Adapter
for Asus Google Nexus Tablet 7,Samsung Galaxy SII GT-i9100, Galaxy Note N7000
Connectors: Micro USB 5pin Male to USB Female
Length: 9cm (not include 2 ports)
* Dispatch from UK, quick delivery
1* Micro USB Host Mode OTG Cable
1. Standard USB 2.0 port
2. Right angle micro USB OTG connector
3. With this Micro USB Host OTG cable, you can access most USB Flash Drives, Mouse, Keyboard and etc (note: some external devices may not be compatible)
4. Functions depended on the device's operating system and applications
5. Operate small USB peripherals by plugging in the adapter cable which transforms your mobile or portable device into a USB capable unit
6. Micro USB 5pin Male to USB Female
7. Compatibility with Samsung GT-i9100 ,Galaxy S III i9300,GT-N7000 Galaxy Note, Asus Google Nexus Tablet 7,etc.
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Q: This battery which I just received isn?t charging well, is it a defective battery?
A: New batteries are hard for the device to charge, as they have never been fully charged and therefore "unformed". Sometimes the device's charger will stop charging a new battery before it is fully charged. If this happens, please turn off the laptop and remove the battery from the device and then reinsert it. The charge cycle should begin again. This may happen several times during the first battery charge.
However, if this doesn?t work, please email us to confirm the problem. (Providing us the part# of your original battery and the model# of your device will be highly appreciated)
Q: I have discharged the battery to zero volts, and fully discharge and fully charge as your instruction, but the battery can not charge to 100% capacity.
A: Our battery pack is made up of several cells. If you discharge the battery to zero, what will most likely happen is that one or more of the cells will "reverse" because they are weaker than the other cells. The reversed cell begins to accept a "backwards" charge from the other better charged cells around it. This will kill the battery. So we should stop the discharge at one point, rather than letting the pack slump down to zero volts.
In the meantime, when the battery is at its full capacity, we should not plug the AC adapter to trickle charge the battery. It will overcharge the battery.
Note: Over discharging and overcharging the battery will damage the battery.
Q: What is batteries? memory effect?
A: A condition that occurs when a battery is charged to the same level several times consecutively (before being fully charged). The battery develops a chemical "memory" of that level and will not allow a charging past that point. You can avoid this through several complete discharge and recharge cycles.
Q: How long will the battery last?
A: It is unscientific to generalize a battery's life because it is related to CPU power, screen brightness, and the specific situation under which you use it. If the capacity of the battery is the same as your original one, it can perform almost the same as your original battery.
Q: I have the original battery nominal voltage is 14.4V or 14.8V, and the one you are selling only a nominal voltage 10.8V or 11.1V but indicated the same models. How should I choose?
A: The safe working DC voltage for a laptop range of 5.5V to 24V. We all know that we are using lithium- ion batteries, and lithium-ion battery's characteristics are: the voltage increases when charging and decrease when discharging. For example: for a nominal 11.1V battery, it can provide a practical and effective operating voltage range: 9V-12.6V diverse from charging to discharging. According to DC power supply design principles, all manufacturers of laptop computers are designed so that the power supply circuit board, so whether you are using the original battery nominal voltage is 10.8,11.1 V, 14.4V, 14.8V or between them can all be used interchangeably, and are safe, you can rest assured that use.