Leef Bridge flash drive for Mobile devices

Discussion in 'Alternatives to iOS and iOS Devices' started by HiDEF, Jun 28, 2013.

  1. HiDEF macrumors 68000

    HiDEF

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    This seems pretty cool; thought I'd share.

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    Leef Bridge is a new breed of USB flash drive. Innovative, yet simple, Leef Bridge allows you to easily share files between devices (Mac, Windows PC, tablet, and AndoidTM phone*) without the need for cables, cloud services, Wi-Fi or data connectivity. Leef Bridge features a micro USB connector and a full-size USB connector that access the same memory so you can grab and move content, photos, videos, music and documents to and from any compatible device.

    http://www.2leef.com/store/product/bridge-black-black/

    There's a video demonstration on their site.
     
  2. 3bs macrumors 603

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    Looks interesting. I wonder if it'll work with custom ROMs. I don't see why not.
     
  3. Jessica Lares macrumors G3

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    You have to have OTG support in the kernel.

    This looks too cheap for my liking. I wouldn't want to have an exposed drive with two connectors on either side in my pocket.
     
  4. HiDEF thread starter macrumors 68000

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    I thought it would be cool to use when installing ROMs and what not--instead of plugging in phone to computer and transferring.
     
  5. 3bs macrumors 603

    3bs

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    Oh ok thanks. I'd probably be using it like HiDEF so it wouldn't be in my pocket probably but I understand your concern.


    That's exactly how I want to use it.
     
  6. HiDEF thread starter macrumors 68000

    HiDEF

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    When I get the chance I'm going to buy it. I'm just hoping it works with ROMs.
     
  7. Jessica Lares macrumors G3

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    Shouldn't be an issue. For phones that don't even support OTG, a custom ROM and kernel would be the solution to get it to work.
     

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