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How to transfer files from a USB jump drive or digital camera to your Note 2
This is a quick tip on how to transfer pictures, videos, files, etc. from a USB jump drive or digital camera to your Note 2.
On my Google Nexus 7 tablet, I use an OTG cable and the Nexus Media Importer app from the PlayStore to transfer files from my USB jump drive and digital camera to my Nexus 7. I was excited to see this work with my Galaxy Note 2. I tried it on my previous Android phone, but it didn't work. OTG cables are fairly inexpensive. You can pick one up online for a few bucks.
I can transfer files from my digital camera by using the USB cable that came with my camera, plugging it into the OTG cable, then use the Nexus Media Importer app to read or transfer the files. I also have a portable SDcard reader that works as well. This allows me to remove the SDcard from the camera to transfer files. This will come in handy while on vacation. I can take pics with my digital camera, then upload and share them with family and friends.
Being able to read files from my USB jump drive will come in handy as well.
The more I use this device, I'm starting to use my Nexus 7 and iPad less.
Hope this info helps anyone who was trying to find a way to transfer files to their device.
Sent from my Samsung Galaxy Note 2