infinix phones with OTG support[Complete guide]

USB OTG or USB On-The-Go is a feature on android devices that allows you to connect any USB device to your infinix phone.

You can connect a variety of devices ranging from cameras, keyboards, flashdisks and even some hard drives.

To connect these devices to your phone, you need an OTG USB cable or connector.

However, some USB flash drives comes with a dedicated OTG connector so that you don’t have to buy a separate connector or cable.

You can view, copy and transfer files to and from the external device when its connected to your infinix smartphone.

Not all infinix phones have OTG support feature. I have compiled the list below so that you can identify if your infinix phone is OTG supported.

Complete list of infinix phones with OTG support

Infinix NOTE SERIES

Infinix Note 8i
Infinix Note 8
Infinix Note 7
Infinix Note 7 LITE
Infinix Note 6
Infinix Note 5 STYLUS

INFINIX HOT SERIES

Infinix Hot 10
Infinix 9 PRO
Infinix Hot 9
Infinix Hot 9 PLAY
Infinix Hot 8
Infinix Hot 8 LITE
Infinix Hot 7 PRO
Infinix Hot 6X
Infinix Hot 6
Infinix Hot S3X

Infinix Zero Series

Zero 8i
ZERO 8
Zero 6

Infinix Smart Series

SMART 2 HD
Yes
Infinix S series
S5 PRO
S5
S5 LITE
S4

Complete list of infinix phones without OTG support

Infinix Hot Series

Infinix Hot 7

Infinix Smart Series

Smart 5
SMART 4
SMART 3 Plus
SMART 3
Smart HD

Nairobi fly insect: size, appearance, habitats and life cycle

The Nairobi fly is an insect that has caused pain to a lot of people across the globe.

How does a Nairobi fly look like?

The Nairobi fly is 0.5-1mm wide and 6-10mm(0.6-1cm) long. It has three pairs of legs: 6 legs like other insects. It has three body sections the head, the thorax and the abdomen.

The nairobi fly has an alternating black and red color on their body. The head is black. The thorax is red. The abdomen is black with the middle section red in color. The legs and the antennae are all red.

The Nairobi fly belongs to the rove beetle family. It has short black and hard wings like other beetles called elytra. The elytra covers and protects the wings when Nairobi fly is not flying.

Nairobi fly does not have any sting capabilities like bees and wasps. The nairobi fly is also not capable of biting like centipedes and grasshoppers.

Nairobi Fly habitats and location.

Nairobi fly prefers living in moist habitats. It thrives in warm to hot conditions.

Nairobi fly can be found Natively in East Africa and other parts of the World such as Australia, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Kenya, Iran, Central Africa, Uganda Okinawa, Sierra Leone, Argentina, Brazil, France, Venezuela, Ecuador and India.
The only continent you can’t find the Nairobi fly is Antartica.

What does Nairobi fly Eat?

Nairobi fly feed on other insects and sometimes on rotting vegetation.

Nairobi fly Life cycle

The Nairobi fly breeds during the rainy seasons. The Nairobi fly goes through the egg, larvae, pupa and adult stages in the life cycle.