It is a 3 in 1 product with Android smart terminal products (OTG function) card reader/PC card reader/charging data line. As long as you have an Android device with OTG function, you can read the data from the TF card by it, including all data, videos, music, documents and all software from your Android terminal equipment, and transmit the PC data to your Android terminal equipment by it directly. Also it can be used as a data charging line whenever and wherever.
Portable card reader for Android terminal with OTG function, data reading, import and export of any data.
Card reader for PC terminal.
Data line and charging line for Android terminal.
Charging line for IOS terminal equipment ( with external adapter).
MINI design as card mode, very thin and easy to carry.
Expansion of TF card storage, supporting to 64GB with hot plug.
One key switch, switch on OTG, U disk and charging data optionally.
most of Android terminal products with micro 5 pin ( supporting OTG)
19.8x21x8 (mm) (without cap)
PC 4 PIN USB port, micro 5 pin port ( can expand to IOS port)
lighten when work.
FAQ: Q1: Are electronics cheap in Okorder.com? A: Of course. They are very cheap. The factories provide the goods. One-stop sourcing. Q2: Why are electronics so cheap in ok order? A: On ok order they are the lowest price. Because it is a wholesale website and factory provide goods. Q3: Do all electronics have silicon in them? A: No but most modern ones do. Older electronics that don't require micro chips don't have to have silicon at all, and their mother boards are made from copper. Silicon is used in micro chips as a semi-conductor in modern electronics but some other semi-metals, like gallium and germanium can also be used. Silicon is just the most common because it is so plentiful.
Send a message to us:
Q:Computer not reading my mini card reader?
make sure the mini disc is sitting in the reader properly and not write protected?
Q:Restart computer to use card reader??
in this removable disk miss the device. try that : right click with my computer -properties - hardware -device manager - double click with disk drives (there is usb -cf ,ms ,sd , sm reader) - right click with usb cf reader -update driver -no, not this time - next -install from a list or specific location( advanced) -next - don't search i will . - next - click show compatible hardware - click in this hardware (to make blue) - next (continue anyway) .and that is for all (ms,sd ,sm) . if still don't work try to install from your computer cd that device . good luck !
Q:Are SD memory card readers suppose to scratch the SD card ?
I don't think so, there has to be some degree of contact and will likely make a slight bit of surface scratches especially on a cheap card reader, but you should be ok so long as it's not digging into the contacts to the point that they will wear out real quick, if it is deep, you may want to dump the reader and get a better one. I'm sure it will be fine though.
Q:I have Acer Aspire 5580 laptop, and I have no clue to use the 5 in 1 card reader. Plz help me.?
you should simply have to insert the card into the proper slot and open up my computer and the card reader should appear as a e: or f: drive or sometimes it appears as a total of 5 drives ranging anywhere from d through l: from ther just double-click the right one and it should open the card
Q:difference between xd reader writer and memory card reader?
There are very many different formats when it comes to memory cards - the most common on the nokia phones are either the mini SD or micro SD cards - these are just minature versions of SD cards. Fuji film and olympus on a joint venture produced a new card more optimised for cameras this was called the xd card - it is a different size, has different pins and is optimised for use in cameras. At the time it came out it was a new type of memory media with an ultra-compact design with theoretical image storage capacity of up to 8 gigabytes and compatibility with different digital camera brands (that supported this format) The type of memory card you use is dictated by which digital device you are using. These physically different cards are *not* interchangeable, eg sd card pheripheral will not take xd etc (not unless it was made specifically to do so which is very rare). If you have a card reader that will read/write SD cards you will be able to read micro and mini SD cards with the aid of an adapter (which makes the mini and micro sd cards into the same size as a normal sd card and fit into an sd drive. The xd card is physically a different shape - broader, but shorter. You will need a xd drive to read/write to these cards. If your card reader is xd only then it will *not* read SD cards. The Reader actually requires a different slot for the SD card. Get a multicard reader. I found i had a variety of sd cards/mini sd/xd cards/sony stick and compact flash cards between my camera/pda and phone devcies so i bought a multi card reader too - there are many makes around and are very common - these come in many varieties depending on the desired computer interface. The most common type are made for PCs and connect to the USB port. Make sure you buy one with all the different formats you have got then you will be able to use the one reader to read a variety of cards as I do. Merry Christmas and Seasonal Greetings!
Q:Charger output current is not enough impact on the battery it?
At charge, the charge current is less than 0.1C, we call trickle charge. As the name implies, it means that the current is very small. In general, trickle charge can fill the battery fully, without harming the battery life, but the time spent with trickle charge is too long, so rarely used alone, but in combination with other charging methods.
Q:5 in1 card reader?
It is a single device that will read flash memory cards in 5 different formats.
Q:Card Reader Problem?
Chances are either the card reader or the memory card itself has gone bad. Consider replacing them. Hope that helps. ps. I wouldn't advise changing your BIOS unless you know what you are doing; you could cause a big headache if you aren't experienced modifying the BIOS.
Q:Micro SD Card Reader Problem?
If there us an external power supply (plug it into wall outlet) to the card reader and the power light doesn't come on, it's probably dead. Card readers that just plug into the computer, usually USB, may not light up if the computer doesn't recognize it. Most computer built in the last 5 to 8 years will do so without any drivers needed. If the computer is older you definately need a driver. There are a lot of card readers on the market, and some are made cheaper than others. There's a decent chance it's a dud.
Q:Infected card reader?
Your card reader cannot get virus infected. It does not have memory to become infected. If you don't really need the photos stored on the card, format it. It should get your memory card working properly again. If you need your photos you might need to use some data recovery software before you format the card.