Each USB device that you connect to your Windows computer, or even iPad, will consume power in order for it to function properly. Let’s say you connect a keyboard to your iPad via an OTG cable, this keyboard will draw some current from the iPad in order to function. To find out how much power Continue reading →
USB stands for Universal Serial Bus. Most flash drives, keyboards and other computer peripherals use USB to connect to the computer. The newest version is USB 3.1, which supports file transfer of speeds up to 10 Gbit/s, hence the name “SuperSpeed+”.
How to safely remove a USB flash drive from an iPad?
With iOS 13 (iPadOS), your iPad now supports external drive support. This means you can plug in an external drive on your iOS device (via a lightening to USB dongle) and start managing files that are on there: SD cards, thumb drives, … will all work. Managing the USB flash drive The default built-in app Continue reading →
USB C-Type PEBCAK
PEBCAK, or Problem Exists Between Chair And Keyboard. USB C-Type PEBCAK was last modified: March 18th, 2015 by Thomas
How to use your Huawei E160 or your Operators custom branded dongle with an alternative provider
‘Unlocking’ the USB dongle If you are using a Mobistar dongle, read this first. If not, you can skip this step. Mobistar dongles are unlocked by default if you purchased it recently. If not, try to look for a software update. You should find the word ‘APN’ somewhere in the settings window. When found, enter ‘web.be’ Continue reading →