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I am using it with Kubuntu Linux 18.04 LTS. It works fine. I have two ETHERNET connections and change the name of each to wired-pub (Internet) and wired-pvt (private). I set the speed for 1000 Mbps and Full Duplex. Then I use the nmcli command i.e. nmcli connection modify wired-pub ipv4 dot route-metric 150, and the wi… see more I am using it with Kubuntu Linux 18.04 LTS. It works fine. I have two ETHERNET connections and change the name of each to wired-pub (Internet) and wired-pvt (private). I set the speed for 1000 Mbps and Full Duplex. Then I use the nmcli command i.e. nmcli connection modify wired-pub ipv4 dot route-metric 150, and the wired-pvt metric to 250 (this device is access to my private network) and that ensures that no matter which connection is set up first I always get the internet on the correct subnet. I use virtualbox software to create virtual machines. Have also tried this on Windows 7 & Windows 8.1 machines and am able to set the metric for the interface to get each to work as they should. No complaints so far see less I am using it with Kubuntu Linux 18.04 LTS. It works fine. I have two ETHERNET connections and change the name of each to wired-pub (Internet) and wired-pvt (private). I set the speed for 1000 Mbps and Full Duplex. Then I use the nmcli command i.e. nmcli connection modify wired-pub ipv4 dot route-metric 150, and the wired-pvt metric to 250 (this device is access to my private network) and that ensures that no matter which connection is set up first I always get the internet on the correct subnet. I use virtualbox software to create virtual machines. Have also tried this on Windows 7 & Windows 8.1 machines and am able to set the metric for the interface to get each to work as they should. No complaints so far
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After installation of new driver and restart, the USB3.0 to gigabit connector works great on Mavericks as of 2014-06-05. Have 1Gb/s connectivity and up to 60MB/s throughput for file transfers on our lan.
James Ackman
· June 5, 2014
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distributer says no driver yet--just won't work until a new driver is created
Jeffrey R. Fischman
· November 5, 2013
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Yes, my 3.0 works seamlessly on my 8.1 touchscreen. Just remember to keep 8.1 updated for continuous net usage. without current updates you will have glitches associated with the rj53 buss abilities. I chose to auto update daily.
chris mele
· October 13, 2014
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I would recommend checking the manufacturer's specs to see the port compatibility. You can download the driver automatically by plugging the item in. The dell Apps store has the windows 8 App for free download. Be Well
chris mele
· August 22, 2014
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Probably not. The TV would have to be running an Operating System that included a driver for this device, and that is not likely.
IAmNormallyHappy
· January 9, 2020
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@ Corey Knowles. I have never heard of any ph needing to connect to an ethernet cable. I also don't know what an OTG cable is. It sounds like you're trying to connect you ph to ethernet. Is this true? If so, can you explain why you need to do this?
This adapter changes the connection from USB 2 to ethernet. So… see more
@ Corey Knowles. I have never heard of any ph needing to connect to an ethernet cable. I also don't know what an OTG cable is. It sounds like you're trying to connect you ph to ethernet. Is this true? If so, can you explain why you need to do this?
This adapter changes the connection from USB 2 to ethernet. So, if whatever you're got on the ethernet side for sure works for what you're doing and all you need is to adapt that ethernet connection to USB 2 so that you can connect it to your ph, then yes, this will work. I just can't imagine anything that's using ethernet that is designed to connect to a ph. I hope that I've answered your question. Please let me know... see less
@ Corey Knowles. I have never heard of any ph needing to connect to an ethernet cable. I also don't know what an OTG cable is. It sounds like you're trying to connect you ph to ethernet. Is this true? If so, can you explain why you need to do this?
This adapter changes the connection from USB 2 to ethernet. So, if whatever you're got on the ethernet side for sure works for what you're doing and all you need is to adapt that ethernet connection to USB 2 so that you can connect it to your ph, then yes, this will work. I just can't imagine anything that's using ethernet that is designed to connect to a ph. I hope that I've answered your question. Please let me know...

S. Ward
· July 7, 2014
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Yes, I use it on my original Surface Pro and my Pro 4. It worked on both, right out of the box.
French Poodle
· June 21, 2017
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As it happens, I have a Samsung Galaxy Note Pro. I tried various things, none worked. Note; I am not using the Galaxy Note Pro, apparently, there are some internal connectivity issues and the screen acts wanky. I stopped messing with the Galaxy Note Pro some time ago and wouldn't be able to tell you what all I did do.
Olin L Zuercher
· June 1, 2018