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Old August 21st, 2013, 09:41 AM   #1 (permalink)
Yno
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Default Droid Maxx and USB OTG

I was bummed when my Bionic wouldn't run DSLR Controller because it wasn't compatible with USB OTG. I was happy to find out this morning that the Maxx works just fine! I will probably still use the Nexus 7 since the screen is bigger, but it is nice to know that if I don't have the tablet with me, I can use the Maxx as a backup.

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