Ethernet Adapter for TV Stick 4K Cube, Google Chromecast and Micro USB OTG Cable HUB with Power
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- LAN adapter compatibility - Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote (2nd Gen -- 2016 release), all-new Amazon Fire TV (2017 release), Fire TV Cube, Amazon Echo Show 5, Echo Show 2nd Gerneration, Echo Show 8; Shark Roku TV; Chromecast Ultra/2/1/Audio, Google Home Mini
- 3 USB 2.0 Hub (OTG Cable) - Allows streaming stick to access and store apps and files on an external USB flash drive; works with mouse, keyboard, SSD, momery card reader to transfer data
- Supports 10/100M Internet speed
- 5V DC-in power cord - Which power to Fire TV Stick and 3 USB port
- Easy to set up – 1. Connect the Ethernet/HUB adapter with Fire TV stick; 2. Plug network cable into Ethernet/HUB adapter; 3. Connect our USB DC cable with your 5V 2A wall charger
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OTG Cable with Hub to RJ45 LAN Port
Add Wired Internet and External Storage to Firestick 4K, TV Cube, Echo Show 2nd Gen and Echo Show 5
Easy to Use, Driver-Free
1, Disconnect with Wifi
2, Micro USB plug-in your host streaming devices (Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote (2nd Gen -- 2016 release), all-new Amazon Fire TV (2017 release), Fire TV Cube, Amazon Echo Show 5, Echo Show 2nd Generation, Echo Show 8; Chromecast Ultra/2/1/Audio, Google Home Mini)
3, Plug DC cable into DC hole and connected 5V 2A wall charger
4, Connect the Ethernet cable from the router to RJ45 port
5, Please wait a moment, then to enjoy with your TV time
Please NOTE: There has a blue light to sparkle in the middle of the USB hub when it's working. you can plug an external USB device into it if you think that was too bright to you.
One Adapter to solve 3 problems for you
1, Powered OTG Cable - Connect with 5V DC-in cable with your 5V2A wall charger which supplies power to Firestick and 3 USB ports
2, Powered OTG Hub - It's a Micro USB to 3 USB port expander, to add storage for your host devices. such as gamepad, mouse, game controller, USB flash disk, camera, printer and etc
3, RJ45 LAN Port - Add wired internet connection, support 10/100Mbps stable network
Compact Size for Travel or at Home
Come with 1 Ethernet adapter and 1 DC cable 5 feet for your Alexa devices
Easy to Connection
Plug and play to get stable wired internet for video chatting, watching TV with your family. no lag and no buffer
Enjoy Family Time with Stable Wired Internet
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Earlier this week I tried the sister product ("OTG Micro USB to HUB and Ethernet Network Adapter for Raspberry Pi Zero, Google Nexus Player, Windows Android Tablet - Powered") and got nowhere with getting it to work. Amazon customer support accepted it back for a full refund and I ordered this product as a replacement.
This device works with the Amazon Show 2nd generation without any issue at all. I'm able to have it perform home automation, look up weather, answer questions, well, basically, everything an Amazon Show is suppose to do for you.
I have yet to try the 3 USB ports on the device with the Amazon Show 2nd generation, but I'll get around to it - someday.
I'm not sure why this device worked and its sister product (see above failed). Maybe the earlier product simply was bad from the factory or something with the Amazon Show and the other adapter. In any case, this adapter and the Show work great together.
For those wondering why, I'm wanting to use a wired connection with my Amazon Show gen 2: The simple answer is I'd like to turn my router on and off using home automation. There are more complex issues, too, but the simple reason is turning the router (which has the WIFI access point) both off and then back on.
Of course another big advantage is -- should the WIFI network be down, the Show will continue to work. The WIFI being down does happen from time to time and the RCN solution is to power cycle the router / WIFI access point. (My hub allows the wired network to function without the router, BTW.)
on 2019-06-27 SMAYS asked me if I would test a replacement model they were considering selling in place of the original on this page that did not work for me.
on 2019-07-11 I received this replacement and plugged it in and within a few seconds the Fire TV Stick 4k showed signs of life, already I'm smiling to see this, this replacement model works beautifully.
warning: the red/orange port only supplies power to devices according to the seller.
I highly recommend this replacement device
my kudos to SMAYS. thank you for letting me be one of those to test your newer model of this device
this is My original review on 2019-06-26 leaving this here to show the value of the updated review as this is an updated device I have please only use the below as a reference to show the seller SMAYS is very fast to communicate when and correct issues and it shows.
I would love to be able to give this a rave review but, the seller of this item recommended this specifically for the Fire TV Stick 4k. I could not get this thing to do anything but light up. it would not power on the Fire TV Stick 4k.
The OTG Hub itself is probably okay if you can find a device to work with it but if you have a Fire TV Stick 4k I recommend you steer clear of this.
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Product works very well to overcome a huge oversight in my opinion in Amazon's design of this box (compared with my previous generation Fire TV box)
I had problems with the Wi-Fi between the router and the Fire TV stick, this has now cured that, and also allows a USB mouse, keyboard and storage to be used.
The Ethernet and USB work a treat.
VLC media player can be used to play videos from the USB drive
Ich habe ein Ladestecker mit 2 A Leistung angeschlossen um den Adapter und den FireTV mit Strom zu versorgen.
Bei meinem DSL-Anschluss 100 Mbit/s kommen beim Netflix-Speedtest 90 Mbit/s an.
Streaming in allen Apps (Netflix, Amazon Prime, Youtube, 7TV, Watchbox, Kodi etc.) völlig ruckelfrei.
An den USB 2.0 Hubs funktionieren FAT32 formatierte USB-Sticks und USB-Empfänger für externe Tastaturen/Game-Controller etc.
Kodi lässt sich so auch völlig easy installieren:
1. FireTV Stick: im Menü "Einstellungen" bei "Mein FireTV" unter "Entwickleroptionen" auf AN stellen: "ADB-Debugging" und "Apps aus unbekannter Herkunft".
2. mit dem FireTV Stick aus dem Amazon Appstore installieren die App "Total-Commander".
3. Kodi mit PC von der offiziellen Seite laden in der Android-Version ...armeabi-v7a.apk , auf FAT32 USBstick kopieren und den Stick in einen USBport des Adapter stecken.
4. Total Commander starten und auf den Usbstick navigieren. Dort die Kodi apk Datei kurz anklicken, es erscheint das Installationsmenü, hier installieren wählen, das wars.
Fazit: Dieser Kombi Lan/USB-Hub Adapter ist weit funktionaler als der Original Amazon Lan-Adapter.
War diese Rezension hilfreich, dann bitte ein klick auf hilfreich. So sehen Andere diese Rezension auch einfacher. Danke.