|I understand the old USB types. There is usb micro (mobile phones), mini usb (sat nav, Dual Shock PS3 controller), USB B (seen on printers), USB A (standard cable), extension cables for USB A etc. I know the usual HDMI cable and display ports as well. Where it gets hazy for me is with the following cables:|
1) Micro USB (Micro 10P) with a slot in it. Can this be used on mobile phones? What is the purpose of the slot?
2) Micro HDMI. I've heard some phones support this so it can be connected to a TV to play videos etc. How do I know if it will work on my phone? If it supports micro hdmi, will it support micro usb still?
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