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MHL 5 pin to 11 pin Adapter Cable for Samsung Galaxy SIII or Note II - Black Monoprice

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Monoprice - MHL 11-pin to 5-pin Adapter Cable for Samsung Galaxy SIII - Black

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MHL 11-pin to 5-pin Adapter Cable for Samsung Galaxy SIII - Black

If you've got a Samsung Galaxy SIII or Note II, you're probably aware that it uses a special 11-pin version of the micro USB connector. If you want to use a standard MHL or OTG adapter, you will need a 5-pin to 11-pin micro USB adapter, such as this model from Monoprice!

This adapter performs the same function as the Samsung branded adapter. What makes it unique is that it adds a 6 inch length of cable, which removes stress on the phone's internal USB port.

 

SKU 10019 - S10-1
Length (ft) No
Color Black
Gauge No
Type of Boot No
Brand Monoprice

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