I want to be able to read my android t-mobile prism as a computer storage device on my PC laptop via USB cable. Can anyone point me to a suitable driver or android adapter? Thanks.
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I wish to be able to read wireless traffic sent from my wireless keyboard. At first I thought I could just buy some board like Arduino, plug in a module like nRF24L01+ and use this combo. Since I'm not good at all with electronics I'd rather find another solution and, eventually, I thought that I already have a transreceiver for wireless comunication: my laptop wireless adapter.
I am using Xubuntu distribution, and just installed the SMCWUSB-N2 wireless adapter in a Compaq desktop (around year 2000). The adapter is recognised and starts working fine with the "default" (built-in) Xubuntu driver, but after 2 to 4 minutes, the adapter shuts down and internet connection is lost.
I recently installed a new wireless adapter in my Toshiba Notebook. I rebooted the Ubuntu and it saw the new device and worked just fine.
The speed I was getting off of www.speedtest.net was not what I was expecting. I then installed the Windows driver with
Windows Wireless Driver App in Ubuntu. I Rebooted the computer and Ubuntu does not see my device.
So Im about to order nexus7, but the storage capacity bothers me a bit. Would it be possible to use this cable for example: (it doesnt let me post a link but... search "SANOXY USB 2.0 Female to Micro USB Male OTG(On-The-Go) Cable Adapter" on AMAZON.com)
to plug my usb flash drive into nexus7 or any other android device with micro usb. Would it work?