Following the passage of my smartphone mode charging wireless, I "lost" my micro-usb port… For the transfer of the files, it so spent under the nose! Because it is not practical to always remove the Wireless charging adapter. That left wireless transfer: bluetooth or wifi… I first use bluetooth: it works without worries, of course, but it's leeennnnt! I therefore changed tactics and went to wifi, thanks to the USB wireless to Sandisk.
How does it work?
It is relatively simple: it takes the form of a usb key, which is quite long compared to the models of our days (about 8 cm long), with a button to turn on/off wifi. So everything is integrated in the USB key: the antenna wifi, battery and of course storage. Its use is relatively simple: after opening the box, plug the key into a usb port to recharge the battery. When done, press the button to turn on the wifi. Connect to the USB wifi network. Depending on your device, navigate to the content of the key via a specific web address or the Sandisk Connect app specific to your device. The key is said to be "universal", that is, regardless of the device you use, as long as you have a wifi antenna and a web browser, it will work! For Android and iOS, you have in addition an application that should still more make your job easier and give you even more options. The speed of transfer measured home was maximum 30mbps, which is not bad at all for a small USB key and much faster than bluetooth! On the other hand, because it uses the wifi when you are connected to the USB wifi, inevitably, you are not connected to your box and so you will have more access to internet… But… it actually depends how you use your USB! If you use it with a pc, it doesn't matter, you will not have access to the internet. But if you use it with your Android smartphone (probably will work also with iOS) and with its application, you will have access to your internet connection and your USB! To do this, connect your smartphone to the key and use the app. In the settings, you should have a heading "Log", click it and it will tell you all 2.4 GHZ wifi networks that the key will be spotted in the area. Click on the one of your box and put the password. (By the way password, remember to change the default password of your usb key!) Once the key will be able to connect to your box, you can disconnect from the key and reconnect to your box. Once done, you will have access to the internet normally and your USB via the application! You should know that the USB is able to connect and perform file to 3 devices shares at the same time! And that's when it is connected to your box, it's as if it was connected to another device. And not the other way around, you do not access your box via the key! Note that if your USB is connected to your box, you will have access to the internet and your key at the same time under Android, but not on PC for example! On PC, because you don't have any application, it is either the connection with your box or the connection with the key! In short, if you need extra storage or if you have your usb port occupied, the USB wireless Sandisk is a good alternative, especially Android that offers more opportunity through its application! Link: https://www.mobilefun.fr/cle-usb-sandisk-sans-fil-universelle-32-go-54204