The LG Nexus 4 is either a great new flagship, or a half-baked device missing several important features, depending on who you ask. Unfortunately it looks like the latter is getting a little more ammunition as it’s recently surfaced that the Nexus 4 has no USB OTG (on-the-go) support. USB OTG cables allow users to connect a mouse, keyboard, flash drive, etc.
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I'm playing with USB Accessory mode and I have an error which is not an error so I'm confused. In the description  it shows that you have to set up a Broadcast Receiver to receive the permission to use the device.
I have a nexus 7 and a nexus 10. Both running Android 4.2.2. Also a Samsung galaxy S3.
When I am at work, I can connect to the internet through a proxy server. No issues with Android - it just works for the Nexus 7 and the S3. But not from my Nexus 10. I have put the proxy address in serveral times but it will not connect to the internet or Play.
I have tried to figure this out using the Nexus 7 and checking forums, however, I have not found the answer. Basically, I want to know if it is possible to connect two Blue Tooth headsets to one Nexus 7 so that multiple people can watch a movie or listen to music at the same time.
Just as Google announced that the Nexus 7 would be available to customers in Canada as well as the United States, they simultaneously released a sleeve for the device, which will of course be available in both countries. It’s got a pretty basic design, with a black outside and a gray-cloth interior.