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I'm looking for a way to connect a mobile device to a generic computer device wireless.

Simply converting the normal micro usb / type c / lightning cable into a wireless micro usb / type c / lightning cable accordingly.

there shell be 2 dongles:

one USB type A which will be plugged to the PC / car, it will soak power from the PC, and transfer every I/O data from the USB to some 2.4GHz channel

the second one will have micro USB / type c / lightning port interface and operates the same.

and these devices will simulate being plugged by wire while actually the phone and the PC device aren't attached.

Visual motivative illustration: enter image description here

In the above picture, theres comparison between old normal way (above) of connecting phone to a PC device using normal cable, just plugin each one and they communicate through the cable vs the new way (below) using two dongles, who simulate the same functionality but over the air.

Is there such a device out there in the market?

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  • This is a bit difficult to understand. Are you looking for a wireless USB connection? If yes, I would edit accordingly
    – Pekka
    Commented Oct 29, 2018 at 16:21
  • what's up with the negative feedback?! I've added a visual illustration.. hope now you'll understand... Commented Oct 30, 2018 at 18:32
  • I think the feedback is just because it's expressed using unusual words. The sketch makes it clear. This definitely seems to exist, try e.g. looking for wireless USB connection on Amazon
    – Pekka
    Commented Oct 30, 2018 at 19:34
  • Thanks, better results are replying to the query of wireless usb extender, although I couldn't fetch any product that looks modern enough to be small as I imagined such as todays wireless mouse's ultra tiny dongles. Commented Oct 30, 2018 at 20:26

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So I found this on the search https://huddlecamhd.com/usb2air/

Which pretty much do what I asked for..

Unfortunately its only for windows and very bulky so a better answer is still appreciated.

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