Works on Windows XP / Vista / Win 7 8 or up, Linux 2.6.4 or up, Android 2.1 or up, and Mac OS 10.6 or up It also compatible with Android TV Sticks MK802, MK808, UG802, UG007, iMito, Favi Using this adapter to connect a compatible device directly to an Ethernet cable can result in speeds two or three times faster than WIFI. Feature Realtek RTL8152 Chipset Convert USB 2.0 micro-b to RJ45 Ethernet port cable length: 10 inches / 25 centimeters Working temperature: 0℃ - 70℃ Support all USB standard commands Support TCP/IP, NetBEUI, ipx/spx transfer protocol Half/Full duplex 10/100Mbps operation Support Wake-on-Lan (WoL) and RealWoW Switch 10/100Mbps network automatically Support IEEE 802.3/802.3U/802.3x/802.1/802.1Q/802.3az-2010 protocol Compliant to USB1.0/1.1/2.0/3.0 Extremely low power consumption Independent MAC network address EXCEPTIONS: This adapter will not work if tablet manufacturers have not included an Ethernet (wired internet) capability in their version of the Operating System. For this reason, the following ANDROID tablets can not use this adapter: Samsung tablets, ACER, Lenovo, Sony, Coby-Kyros. Toshiba models "Thrive7", AT200" (Excite LE) will not work with this adapter. This adapter will not Enable a tablet that is not configured to work with Ethernet. Consult your Manufacturer or your applicable web forum if you are uncertain.
- OTG Micro-B 10-inch cable to RJ45 LAN wired internet connection ( Realtek RTL8152 based )
- Driver-less design for Windows 8.1 / 10 (32/64 bit) or up, Mac OS 10.9 or up, and Android 4.0 or up operation system
- Add 10/100M network ability to compatible device - Android Tablets, Windows Tablet computer, Google Nexus Player, Dell Venue Pro 8 tablet, Raspberry Pi Zero, HP Stream 7, Asus T100taf and more, and enable it to share hard disk files, printers, peripherals
- Plug it in, change the settings in the computer, restart, and use it ( Or repeat plug-and-unplug 3 times to help your device to identify )
- Limited Android compatibility. Android users, before you buy be sure to look if the device has a (grayed out) "Ethernet" menu in Settings under WIRELESS & NETWORKS. Most probably it will just work then