This is just a repetition of what they said when Android L was announced.
This using a Microsoft Wedge Mobile keyboard (bluetooth) against a Nexus 7 2013, and not all things might work on all keyboards.
In my HTC One M8 I should mention as well.
Yes, as simple as that. A regular now pretty old USB Floppy Disk Drive. Why? Because it’s there. To to demonstrate just how flexible Android can be. And to save the day when someone sits there with some old floppy disk and really need the info on it.
Just a continuation of the second part.
The menu you can either access by swiping down with one finger and click the button for it in the up right hand corner or simply swipe down with two fingers and get direct access to it.
Just going to look at just how you get music to the phone and so on. Just various ways to get the tunes you love.
You know, one of those regular desktop kit that you use for your computer that comes with it’s own wireless USB transceiver.
I know that it sounds a bit “this can’t work”, but it works. Depends a bit what scanner you’re using though (I used a Canon).
So, what is Wifi Direct?
It’s simply that you use Wifi to make a connection directly between two devices, making the transfer speed MUCH faster than bluetooth or such.