I have taken the time to connect an OTG (On The Go) cable into my Nexus 7 tablet to demonstrate for you how to take advantage of the USB Host capabilities of the device. You can plug in USB input devices such as a keyboard or a mouse, or both, with the use of a USB hub. You can also plug in a USB drive for extended data storage, as long as you download a free app from the Play Store called StickMount. Now, StickMount requires that your device is rooted, so if you have not done that yet, please follow my "Idiots Guide to Unlocking & Rooting your Nexus 7", located here:
Results may vary in terms of what USB devices work, and what doesn't work. Be sure to report your findings at the REVTV Website Forums.
I have done an Idiots Guide for other devices, and now its time for one on the Google Nexus 7 Tablet. I tried to make this guide as thorough as possible, including driver installation, so hopefully this will be as successful for you as it was for me. If you like this video, be sure to check out my other Nexus 7 and Android videos in my channel.
You do need to obtain Wug's Nexus Root Toolkit from here:
If you get stuck, or need further assistance, be sure to check out the REVTV Forums.
This video is a compilation of video and photos done at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Gardens. The intention of this video is to demonstrate the photo and video capabilities of the Google Nexus 7 Tablet. The videos and photos are untouched and pure. I uploaded this video with the highest resolution so as to not reduce the resolution at all.