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[2 in 1 Pack] Anker Micro USB to USB C Adapter, Converts Micro USB Female to USB C Male, Uses 56K Resistor, Works with Galaxy S8, S8+, MacBook, Sony XZ, LG V20 G5 G6 and More
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- The Anker Advantage: Join the 10 million+ powered by our leading technology.
- Increase Compatibility: A minimalist solution for using Micro USB cables with USB-C phones, tablets and laptops.
- Charge & Sync: Uses USB 2.0 protocol for high-speed Micro USB charging and fast data transfer (480 Mbps). Has a 56KΩ pull-up resistor for incredible safety and reliability.
- Quick and Simple: Fool-proof design with no installation required—simply plug and play.The USB-C connector does not support USB On-The-Go.
- What You Get: 2 x Anker USB-C to Micro USB Adapter, our worry-free 18-month warranty and friendly customer service.
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Leading Charging Technology
Thanks to pioneering innovation and an insistence on using only the highest-quality materials, Anker creates the market benchmark for USB charging and connectivity.
2 x USB-C to Micro USB Adapter
A minimalist solution for using Micro-USB cables with your USB-C devices.
Ensure that all your accessories synergize, and get full functionality from your flagship smartphone, tablet or notebook.
- USB 2.0 compatibility for high-speed data transfer
- Quick and simple, foolproof plug-and-play design
- Makes any USB-C device compatible with Micro USB connections
USB-C solves the biggest problem with USB connectors: their inexplicable inability to be inserted, regardless of orientation. USB-C plugs in first time, every time.
Uses premium mateirals and precision engineering to bear over 10,000 insertions. That’s up to 3x more than other adapters.
Sync & Charge
Retains complete USB functionality. Supports transfer speeds up to 480 Mbps and fast-charging technologies including Qualcomm Quick Charge.
The Perfect Match
Slots perfectly into your tech ecosystem. The slimline looks and casing are designed fit seamlessly with the latest flagship devices.
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USB-C to Micro USB Adapter
The Small and Simple USB-C Converter
From ANKER, America's Leading USB Charging Brand
• Faster and safer charging with our advanced technology
• 10 million+ happy users and counting
Huge USB Compatibility
Use your USB-C phone, tablet or computer with your Micro USB cables. Allows you to easily connect your USB-C phone to any charger or computer.
Offers full speed Micro USB charging speed, including Qualcomm Quick Charge and other high-speed charging protocols. 480 Mbps transfer speed is around 20 songs per second.
Just plug the adapter's USB-C plug into your device and a cable into the adapter's Micro USB port. No other hardware or software required.
Works seamlessly with USB-C phones and tablets as well as laptops and other devices. Includes two adapters for ultimate convenience.
At Anker, we believe in our products. That's why we back them all with an 18-month warranty and provide friendly, easy-to-reach support.
Compatible Devices Include:
Apple MacBook (12-inch, 2015)
Google ChromeBook Pixel (2015)
Nokia N1 Tablet
Samsung Galaxy TabPro S
This adapter will not charge Nexus 5X or 6P, Moto Z, Huawei Mate 9, Helio X20/X25, or OnePlus 3/3T at full speed.
The USB-C connector may not fit perfectly with Sony XZ or LG V20.
Does not support USB On-The-Go.
If you are not sure if your device is compatible with this adapter, contact our customer service.
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Let's check spec compliance :
I'm using my trusty Chromebook Pixel 2015 with the Chromium Twinkie USB-PD Sniffer, available on Amazon from Plugable : Plugable USB 3.1 Type-C (USB-C) Power Delivery Sniffer
For my first test, I've got the Anker MicroUSB Adapter plugged into a good quality (itself capable of >2.4A) Micro-B cable from Belkin. (this one: Belkin 6-Foot 2.0 USB Type C (USB-C) to Micro USB Charge Cable, USB-C Certified) . That is then plugged Apple proprietary MacBook charger capable of 5.2V at 2.4A.
The Type-C end is plugged into Twinkie, acting as a pass through to Chromebook Pixel 2015. Picture attached!
First let's run the ectool command from Pixel's command line to check what Pixel thinks is happening on its USB-C ports :
localhost ~ # ectool --dev 1 usbpdpower
Port 0: SNK Charger Proprietary 4744mV / 2400mA, max 5000mV / 2400mA / 12000mW
Port 1: SRC
So far so good. Pixel identifies the charger as a Proprietary type adapter, and has negotiated 2.4A.
Let's see what Twinkie (the USB PD sniffer) says :
> tw cc
CC1 = 22 mV ; CC2 = 434 mV
The tw cc command reads the current voltage values from the CC pins. As you can see here, CC2 pin has a value of 434mV. Referring to the USB Type-C Specification Table 4-25 Voltage on Sink CC pins, this voltage falls right in the middle of the range allowed for vRd-USB, meaning that yes, this MicroUSB adapter has the correct 56kΩ pullup resistor!
One more command :
> tw vbus
VBUS = 4818 mV ; -2450 mA
The tw vbus command uses twinkie's current and voltage meter ability. As you can see, the laptop is pulling just around 2.4A of current at 4.818V from the Apple adapter.
For a HighSpeed USB 2.0 data test, I’ve hooked my Nexus 5X to my Chromebook Pixel via the Anker MicroUSB adapter + Belkin MicroUSB cable to test large file transfer via MTP. It just works, no problem!
Now for more subjective judgments of this adapter : The Anker adapter has a black glossy overmold with the Anker logo on it. The whole thing is very small, barely larger than the Type-C or Micro-B connectors on both ends. The Type-C plug on this adapter is a very unique for a Micro-B adapter because in typical Anker fashion, it uses a very good quality plug made with a deep-draw extrusion process. The plug is a single continuous piece of metal all the way around, meaning it's stronger than other stamped type plugs. This type of plug is the same kind that is used on all of Google and Apple's Type-C plugs, and the quality shows here.
In conclusion : A high quality charging and data sync MicroUSB Adapter from Anker! The adapter is a great safe way to breathe new life into your old A-to-MicroUSB cables for use with newer USB Type-C devices such as Nexus 6P/5X or Pixel devices. It is also future proof for fast charging USB Type-C devices to come!
Anker has fully restored my faith in their products. Not only have they looked into this incident completely, but have done everything possible to make things right. They replaced both the adapter as well as the USB cable right away, and once they noticed that I was using an Anker battery pack as well, replaced that as well to be safe. I am happy with how they handled this situation; it shows that they really do stand behind their products and want to make sure that their customers are completely satisfied with their purchases and try to fix any issues that come up; because of this I have bumped this review up from 1 star to 4 (I would definitely give them 10 stars for customer service!)
The USB-C end is made using the deep-draw extrusion method, which means that there are no seams to fail. In addition to being stronger, it means that the edges are nice and rounded, and there is no danger of scratching your device when you plug it in. The USB C end feels very secure when inserted, with no wiggle whatsoever. The microUSB end is pretty much a normal microUSB plug. It's easy to plug devices it and remove them, and also doesn't seem to wiggle much.
The casing on this adapter is much smaller than on some other adapters I've used. The whole adapter is only 0.18" thick, whereas some of my older adapters were 0.22" thick or more. That 0.04" may not sound like much, but it makes a difference when trying to plug it into my phone with many phone cases. The adapter is small enough and sturdy enough that I can slip it into the coin pocket of my jeans and forget about it until I need it.
I would highly recommend this for anyone going from a microUSB device to a USB-C device. It may cost a bit more than some other adapters, but you get what you pay for.