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Old 07-30-2018, 05:23 PM   #1
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I have a Dell DA200 USB-C Multi-Adapter. How can I connect my android device (Nouget) (Type-C) to a Dell Monitor?
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Old 07-31-2018, 09:02 AM   #2
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Hello,

I recommend you contact Dell for assistance on that product.
Unlike the Dell DA100, this is not a product featuring DisplayLink technology.

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Old 08-06-2018, 11:50 PM   #3
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I recommend you contact Dell for assistance on that product.
Unlike the Dell DA100, this is not a product featuring DisplayLink technology.

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Alban
Thank you Alban.
I got mine DA200 replaced with DA100 and now its working
Any idea, if there is a way to charge the phone, while it is docked.
Thank you once again for all your help.
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Hello,
The USB standard of micro-B plug doesn't allow this, as far as I know. The thing being charged had to be in device mode, but when you connect a device to the phone, it has to be in host mode.
But, many phones can be charged by using a non-standard USB splitting cable where you can apply a charger and still have a device. As this is not standard, you won't find it in the phone user guide.
If the phone is type-C, then it depends on which standards it supports and what is implemented.
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The USB standard of micro-B plug doesn't allow this, as far as I know. The thing being charged had to be in device mode, but when you connect a device to the phone, it has to be in host mode.
But, many phones can be charged by using a non-standard USB splitting cable where you can apply a charger and still have a device. As this is not standard, you won't find it in the phone user guide.
If the phone is type-C, then it depends on which standards it supports and what is implemented.
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Thank you Rampon. I understand.
BTW, do you know any phone that work the way you described?
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