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SanDisk Ultra 128 GB Dual USB Flash Drive (supports OTG Android) £21.99 @ amazon
SanDisk Ultra 128 GB Dual USB Flash Drive (supports OTG Android) £21.99 @ amazon

SanDisk Ultra 128 GB Dual USB Flash Drive (supports OTG Android) £21.99 @ amazon

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ok you can buy 128gb USB for a little cheaper but if your in need of a USB with micro usb OTG (android) support this seems like a pretty good deal. specs below.

Details

This is the flash drive you've always wanted, the one that makes it fast and easy to transfer or share files from your OTG-enabled Android smartphone or tablet onto your PC or Mac computer, or with other Android devices. Now your phone is always in the zone, ready to shoot more pictures and videos or add more songs on the go.

With a micro-USB connector on one end, and a USB 3.0 connector on the other, this sleek, handy flash drive lets you move content easily between all the devices in your world from your OTG-enabled Android smartphone to your tablet, your laptop, your Mac or PC. The USB connector is USB 3.0 enabled and backward-compatible with USB 2.0 ports.

Transfer from your flash drive to your computers USB 3.0 port at the no-wait rate of up to 150MB/s. Speed like this makes it possible to move whole movies, audiobooks, or music libraries in just seconds. And that helps make your Android smartphone the ultimate on-the-go entertainment device as well your favourite camera.

Offering up to 128GB of storage, SanDisk Ultra Dual USB Drive 3.0 gives you more than enough capacity for large digital photo or music libraries and plenty of room to move yesterdays videos off your phone so you have room to capture whats happening today.

Download the SanDisk Memory Zone app from the Google Play Store and use it to monitor available memory and efficiently manage, organise, and back up files stored on your Android smartphone.

Specification

Automatically-detected when connected to an OTG-enabled smartphone or tablet

Compatible with PC & Mac computers no drivers needed

Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Mac OS 10.6+

Interface: micro-USB and USB 3.0 connectors

Operational Temperature: 32° - 113° F (0° 45° C)

Storage temperature: 50° - 158° F (-10° 70° C)

Dimensions: 0.43 x 0.78 x 1.44 in. ;11.0 x 19.8 x 36.6 mm

Requires Android smartphone or tablet with On-The-Go (OTG) compatibility

27 Comments

is there a version for iPhone

abdishah

is there a version for iPhone



you would need a lightning 8-Pin to Micro USB Female Converter or sandisk.co.uk/hom…and

just bought one from eBay for more Doh

taras

you would need a lightning 8-Pin to Micro USB Female Converter or … you would need a lightning 8-Pin to Micro USB Female Converter or https://www.sandisk.co.uk/home/mobile-device-storage/ixpand



​can I put videos I download onto the USB flash drive. any recommendations on which torrent app to use on the iPhone

taras

you would need a lightning 8-Pin to Micro USB Female Converter or … you would need a lightning 8-Pin to Micro USB Female Converter or https://www.sandisk.co.uk/home/mobile-device-storage/ixpand



Don't mislead people... You can't just 'convert' this to Lightning with an adapter. Your second suggestion of the iXpand or similar is the only real option.

Abdishah, if you are really thinking about torrenting on an iPhone use something like iTransmission or save yourself all the hassle and just get a cheap Android or Windows tablet to use as a secondary device. Trust me, coming from someone who used to use an iPhone, things like this can be resolved with jailbreaking, mods and all kinds of other things but eventually it's just cheaper to get a different device that can do all this from the off.
Edited by: "plewis00" 24th Sep 2016

plewis00

Don't mislead people... You can't just 'convert' this to Lightning with … Don't mislead people... You can't just 'convert' this to Lightning with an adapter.



apple.com/uk/…ter



Edited by: "taras" 24th Sep 2016

taras

http://www.apple.com/uk/shop/product/MD820ZM/A/lightning-to-micro-usb-adapter



That's so you can use a micro-USB cable with an iPhone. Not so you can use an OTG device as the iPhone doesn't support USB OTG. Stop making things up which are completely wrong and do your research first.

plewis00

That's so you can use a micro-USB cable with an iPhone. Not so you can … That's so you can use a micro-USB cable with an iPhone. Not so you can use an OTG device as the iPhone doesn't support USB OTG. Stop making things up which are completely wrong and do your research first.



imore.com/con…-92

iphone 5 and above with ios9.2

ps stop insulting me

taras

http://www.imore.com/connect-your-iphone-midi-instruments-and-microphones-adapter-and-ios-92iphone 5 and above with ios9.2 ps stop insulting me



So that shows it working with this SanDisk Ultra OTG drive does it? Seriously just admit you're wrong. If you want to go plugging things that don't work into your own phone that's fine but stop suggesting other people do it.

Just because you can use the adapter to import photos or for a MIDI link doesn't mean you have OTG access.

If I had got it wrong I would just admit it, not dig myself a deeper hole.

plewis00

So that shows it working with this SanDisk Ultra OTG drive does it? … So that shows it working with this SanDisk Ultra OTG drive does it? Seriously just admit you're wrong. If you want to go plugging things that don't work into your own phone that's fine but stop suggesting other people do it.Just because you can use the adapter to import photos or for a MIDI link doesn't mean you have OTG access.If I had got it wrong I would just admit it, not dig myself a deeper hole.



I'm sorry but you have no idea what thunderbolt is nor otg ...

taras

I'm sorry but you have no idea what thunderbolt is nor otg ...



What has this got to do with Thunderbolt? Fine, you know what, go spreading your rubbish and thinking your an IT expert, people like you are why repair companies exist.

The stick the OP posted does not and will not work on iPhones, it's not a debate or 'my opinion', it's reality. That is why SanDisk makes the iXpand specifically for the iPhone. Do you not think if a cheap adapter allowed any OTG drive to be used on an iPhone people might not just go and do that instead?

Both thunderbolt and the lightening connector support usb. Adding thunderbolt into the conversation wasn't needed by my part.

Regardless iphone 5 and above with ios 9.2 supports otg... Not all applications support it though. If you want to rant at me, fine; i don't really care..

I have the 32gb USB3 version of this and its a very slow drive,

please discuss no fight...
Edited by: "Jo444" 25th Sep 2016

Great device and shed loads of space. I got mine for £18.99 during one amazon's lightening deals :). For those that like to carry plenty of media with them a small handy device, this rather cool :0) At £21.99, it's still a great bargain.....heated up
Edited by: "sxxychocolate" 25th Sep 2016

Great if you have a humax pvr, can copy and paste the .ts files and swap to an android device via USB otg very quickly (then use MX Player to watch)
Edited by: "DonkeyKonk" 25th Sep 2016

Jo444

please discuss no fight...



Yeah and please don't ever suggest that iphones are essentially useless unless you jailbreak them or buy this adaptor or that adaptor, you're going to upset an awful lot of status seekers!! X)

DonkeyKonk

Great if you have a humax pvr, can copy and paste the .ts files and swap … Great if you have a humax pvr, can copy and paste the .ts files and swap to an android device via USB otg very quickly (then use MX Player to watch)



​I have a Humax PVR, two in fact. A PVR-9200T & A PVR-9300T. Looked into this very subject a couple of years ago. At the time seemed like a major PITA, if at all possible to get the programmes off it? Is it now possible with these gadgets?

Great price, I bought a 16gb one from Tesco a while back for £5 I believe, use it to transfer files from my Linx 8 which I bought off here for torrenting

Elevation

Yeah and please don't ever suggest that iphones are essentially useless … Yeah and please don't ever suggest that iphones are essentially useless unless you jailbreak them or buy this adaptor or that adaptor, you're going to upset an awful lot of status seekers!! X)



All i said was that iphone 5 and above supports usb otg in some applications .. i'm soo sorry that upsets people ..

It is a source of continuous amazement to me how Apple gets away with it. charging more for less? You would of thought that Apple products would have gone they way of the likes of " internet explorer ", it is there but the majority in the know dont use it anymore!

can you transfer more than 4gb in a single file?

taras

All i said was that iphone 5 and above supports usb otg in some … All i said was that iphone 5 and above supports usb otg in some applications .. i'm soo sorry that upsets people ..



Which even if that was the case, is completely irrelevant in the context of this item - which is surely what we're discussing?

And if you think I just made it up, read this:
quora.com/Doe…OTG

Anyway I'm not going to bother arguing with you any more over this. The fact is this USB stick (that the OP posted) will not working on an iPhone - unless you plug it into something like the SanDisk Wireless Connect or similar.

Does anybody know if this will work in a Zgemma box to record etc please

seanandleah

Does anybody know if this will work in a Zgemma box to record etc please



If it has a USB port then yes.

seanandleah

Does anybody know if this will work in a Zgemma box to record etc please



Yes it will (as long as your box accepts USB for PVR storage) but you may as well get a normal and cheaper USB drive as the OTG function would be largely wasted on this application.

slayerx321

can you transfer more than 4gb in a single file?



That's a file format limitation rather than a hardware limitation, the FAT32 format only supports a maximum filesize of 4GB but it has the advantage that it's near universally supported so it works with Windows, Android, Linux, OSX etc without issue. You can use a different file system but then you can run into compatibility issues depending on what devices you want to use with this.

John
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