Android is full of amazing features. One of that fantastic feature is USB OTG. USB OTG means (USB On-The-Go). With USB OTG Cable your Android Device can act as a host and can control other USB devices such as Flash Drive, Keyboard/Mice, Game Controllers and many other such USB devices. You can use USB OTG in many different ways and enhance the functionality of your Android Phone.To use OTG Cable on your device, you have to check does your Android Device supports USB OTG. So, here we are going to show you how to check USB OTG support for your android phone. How To Check Your Android Phone Has USB OTG Support: To check USB OTG Support, first, download "Easy OTG Checker" from play store to your phone. Easy OTG Checker is very simple and easy app to check whether your Android Device has USB OTG support or not. Here are the steps to do so: Install "Easy OTG Checker" and open the same. Connect OTG Device like SanDisk Ultra USB OTG to your Android Phone using USB OTG cable. Now, Click on "Question Mark" as shown in the picture below. In a few seconds, the app will show you the result, and you will find does your Android Phone has USB OTG compatibility. Along with the result, the Easy OTG Checker will also show you some system information like device model and Android version. Here is the image showing non USB OTG compatibility. This is the easiest method one can find to check OTG compatibility. Other Methods to Check OTG Compatibility: Check on retail box of your phone. If you find USB logo as shown in the image below, your Android Phone supports USB OTG. Just connect the USB device to your Android Phone using OTG cable. If you get a notification, that USB device is detected; then your Android Phone Supports USB OTG. Check Specification on GSMArena.com. (see picture below) Enable USB OTG Support for Your Android Phone: Enabling support depends on many factors such as Kernel Version/USB OTG Drivers/Hardware Support, etc. The procedure of enabling USB OTG Support differs for different devices. We will show you the standard method to enable OTG support for your Android Device. The first thing you have to do is to Root your Android Phone. For that, you can use the app such as (Kingo Android Root). After rooting your device, you can use USB OTG Helper app to access USB devices. Note: You can only use USB Flash Drives using this method. Note: If you don't find your device on the list, it might be because this list is old might not have latest smartphones and tablet. You are recommended to use the methods mentioned above to check whether your Android Device supports OTG. Wrap Up: Checking whether your Android Device is USB OTG compatible or not is way easier using the above methods. So, check it out and do let us know does your Android Phone supports USB OTG or not in the comment.