Hi folks, one of the most disappointing things I found on the Google’s Nexus Player was the LACK of an ethernet port. Even though we operate in a world dominated by wifi, an ethernet adapter is something that is a MUST HAVE media playing device. Lucky, Google and Asus have made it easy for us to add an ethernet adapter to Google’s Nexus Player.
So the title of this article suggests, I will tell you how to add an ethernet port to Google’s Nexus Player. Let me introduce you to Plugable’s USB 2.0 OTG Micro-B Ethernet Adapter. This great adapter is a must have for those who NEED to be hard wired into the home network due to weak wifi signal strength.
I can confirm as an owner of Plugable’s USB 2.0 OTG Micro-B Ethernet Adapter that this adapter DOES INDEED WORK and it works VERY WELL! My media speeds across my network and the internet have obviously improved for the better. My review on this adapter is coming shortly and will be posted on this article from my YouTube Channel; The Tech Loft.
Below you’ll also find other compatible OTG adapters for Google’s Nexus Player sourced from users across the internet that have confirmed they are compatible with Google’s Nexus Player.