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Old 09-06-2012, 09:33 PM   #6
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Yes, it works!

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I have a Samsung Galaxy S3. With a USB On The Go cable such as this one the Kindle should appear as a USB disk storage, just as it does to a PC. You could then use an Android app to copy from the phone file system to the Kindle.

I have ordered the above OTG cable, it is scheduled to arrive sept 13. I will report back then if no one else has replied before.
I recieved my cable today.

I connected the OTG cable to the phone and the Kindle to the cable and the phone could access the Kindle File System.

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I also tried the Phone to a USB Stick and it worked too.

For more power demanding devices you might need a USB Y cable (male-to-malePWR-Y-to femaleCONNECTOR), or a USB cable to a powered hub (male-to-male powered hub CONNECTOR).

Hope it helped and thanks for the K.
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