Tell me about it, you never know where you stand with those. Keeps me up at night, just like wearing out my Pandora's NAND.Still hate the fact I'll never know which way my USB cable is orientated. It could be upside down even now and I won't know it.
I was convinced of this during the pandora's lifetime, that mini-USB OTG cables would be hard to find cheaply by now, and picked one up immediately. I was later reminded of this claim and bought another one, only finding out I'd already bought one when I stuffed it next to the old one in my 'to be used' electronics and cables box. I've still never actually tested either of them, and on checking amazon uk now, I see I can buy one for under 2GBP (probably with heinous postage, but that's amazon for you).In my humble opinion - if you're buying a Pyra, locate and acquire what you'll want/need for microUSB 3.0 OTG cables while you can. Although I don't think they'll be completely unobtanium, I suspect that they could be come more difficult to find as time goes on.
And you can never throw any of it out. if you do you will need one within two weeks !!!It's always the things I don't think I will ever need that I later have to buy for really high prices. All those things I got just in case are still sitting around unused. I still continue to get stuff like that, just in case...
I mostly use my psp-charger as it charges faster, but the one mini-USB cable I have is for the Pandora.The pandora is the only device in my house for which I still need a mini usb cable to charge it. It's pretty inconvenient that it's not the same as the others.
There are now a few phones in my house that require a USB-C, and I expect that in a couple of years I'll be in the same situation, with the pyra being the only device stopping me from only having USB-Cs.