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BlueShot - The Chrono Connection


Supported Android Phones and Tablets

BlueShot requires an Android phone or tablet version 4.0 or above that supports USB OTG (On The Go) and is a Google Supported Device. Most recent Android phones or tablets are supported.

However, due to a number of devices, particularly inexpensive tablets that are not always fully supported by Google, please check with us if you are unsure of the suitability of your device.

So the lists here are JUST what we have actually tested.

BlueShot (Micro USB Version) has been tested on these phones and tablets -

Acer Iconia A1-810
Asus Zenpad 10 Z300C
HTC - One X, One (M7), One (M8), One (M9)
LG - G2, G4, Stylo 3
Motorola - Moto G (All versions), Moto E (LTE)
Nexus - 5, 7 (2012 Model ME370T) 7 (2013 on Models)

OnePlus - One
Tesco Hudl - All Models
Samsung - S2,S3,S4,S5 (Needs adapter for USB 3), S6, S7, Galaxy Tab 8.4,
Galaxy Note 3 (GT-N7110​ Android 4.4.2), Galaxy Note 4, Tab 3 10 inch (GT-P5210 Kit Kat), A3, J3,
Galaxy Xcover 4
Sony - Z3 compact, Z5 (Require USB enabled in device settings)
V11 Allwinner 10.1 Tablet - (4.4.2)
Vodaphone Smart Ultra 6

BlueShot (USB C Version) has been tested on these phones and tablets -

Xiaomi Mi 6, Samsung Galaxy Note 8, S8, S9, A5, Nexus 5X, Pixel 2

Any devices running Lollipop may require USB enabled in device settings.

These phones and tablets DO NOT support USB OTG or BlueShot -

Asus - ME173X (OTG not powered)
HTC Sensation (OTG not powered)
Nexus 4
Samsung Tab 7 - some models! Galaxy Tab 3 (SM-T210)
Samsung - Galaxy mini S3, mini S4, mini S5, Ace 3, Core 4G
Sony - Xperia E4, M4, and doubtless others!
Sony L1 (USB C)
Wiley Fox - Swift, Storm - No OTG support 

Quick Tests

Load the BlueShot app from Play. If you have an OTG cable, plug in a mouse and see if that operates with your device. If it passes both these tests your device should be fine with BlueShot.

Please  if you wish to check that your phone is compatible with BlueShot. Thanks.

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