How to Convert a Flash Drive Into a Wireless Adapter

Updated April 17, 2017

USB flash drives allow computer users to store computer data, such as music, movie or picture files on a compact device that can easily connect to your computer's USB ports. If you wish to access this device via wireless signal, you can do so easily by converting your drive to a wireless USB extender.

Insert the male end of your USB flash drive to the USB port on your wireless USB transmitter.

Connect the USB end of your wireless USB receiver to an available USB port on your PC. Make sure that your wireless USB receiver and transmitter have the same channel setting.

Turn your wireless USB receiver and transmitter on. You should now be able to access the flash drive on your PC with the wireless signal.

Things You'll Need

  • USB wireless extender (transmitter and receiver)
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Bryan Roberts began his love affair with comedy in 2003 as a writer and performer for Austin's No Shame Theatre. Since then, he has appeared with several different sketch groups (Hoover's Blanket, Ghetto Sketch Warlock). His most recent achievements are the award-winning improv show Guilds Of Steel, which he created and co-directed, and his position of writer/actor in the Coldtowne Theater Mainstage Sketch Show.