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I bought this to use as an extension from the USB ports on the back of my TV so I could plug a memory stick in without having to reach behind the TV. It doesn't work. The TV will not read the stick this way.
I give these 3 stars because that's about how many worked as intended. I bought a bunch of them and two don't transfer data fast enough of something. I use them for using my nikon d500 with sparkocam and it'll lose the signal. I'm not sure if the issue is related to length. When I swap out to another kind I noticed my image is smoother with less jitter or dropped frames. Don't ask me why this happens but it does.
the cable has a somewhat novel adaptability: They feel overall quite delicate to the hand, and they will bend and circle fine and dandy on the off chance that you need them to, however there is a touch of firmness that causes them to lean toward straight (or all the more tenderly bended) runs. I'm amazed the amount of an advantage this had. To begin with, it shielded them from tangling. It likewise helped me run the link where I needed to, since they're not very limp to fish through restricted spots. At last, they look incredible: They don't have wrinkles or clasps. They run easily from highlight point. I never acknowledged how much my old plastic sheathed cabled sucked previously.
The cable looks good and is sturdy, so it looks durable. However, my phone has been plugged in for about five hours. It was 49% and it is now nearly 90%. Usually, about one hour and it would be fully charged.
Do I have a faulty one or is this supposed to be normal with this cable?
As of right now, I am disappointed with this purchase.
Update: They sent me a replacement one that is no better. It charges fast with just the phone cable, but when I use the extension cord, it is incredibly slow, which makes me think that Amazon's cable is rubbish.
My issue with these cables is simple. They are not reliable long term.
I bought a few of these and have used them over the years daily, they worked fantastic at first, after about 2 years they have become unstable and are prone to cutting in and out, voltage issues and just not being reliable.
I have many of these cables, and I would say that roughly half of them have begun to fail me after 2-3 years of use.
However they are extremely cheap so I can't really complain. But in the future I would pay more for a better quality USB extension.