By now you probably know how to connect a new Samsung phone to a USB port, and most of you probably have a USB cable to go with it.
However, if you’re using a USB Type-C port (or any USB Type A port) in your car, you can’t simply plug it into the wall.
Samsung says that a USB-C to USB-A adapter is required, and if you want to charge your phone while it’s plugged into the port, you’ll need to connect the charger to the same port on your phone and plug it in.
The best way to do this is to use a USB power adapter.
This is because it’s the best choice for charging the phone in the event it doesn’t have a charging port.
USB power adapters typically come in a variety of colors, but the Samsung Galaxy USB Power Adapter is the one I’m most familiar with, with its gold-plated connector and gold-colored housing.
The Samsung Galaxy charger works in most models of the Samsung Samsung Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy S6, Galaxy Note 6, and Galaxy S7, and it also works in the Note 6 and S7 Edge.
It has a 3.5mm jack and a USB 3.0 Type-A jack, but you’ll also need to plug the charger into the USB-E port of your phone.
Note that this charging port is different than the Type-D port on many other chargers, which is why we’re going to talk about this separately.
Note: Samsung’s USB Type C charger requires the Galaxy S8 and S8+ phones to be paired with the USB Type D connector on the Note 5 and S6 and S5 Edge, but this isn’t necessary for all Samsung phones.
The only other Samsung phone with a USB 2.0 port is the Galaxy Note 9, which has a USB type C port.
This charger, which was released in the U.K. and the U, requires the phone to be connected to a power adapter, and you’ll get a “Power Adapter Required” message.
It doesn’t come with a cable, though, so you’ll have to find a cable to use the adapter.
If you’re looking for a charger that has a built-in USB Type B port, be sure to check out the Samsung USB-B to USB Type F adapter, which also comes in two colors.
You’ll need a power cord and USB-S cable, but not a power cable and USB cable.
The charger’s USB port is a little larger than the USB type-C ports, but it does have a built in 3.2mm headphone jack, which should be fine for headphones.
We like the way the charging port looks, though.
It looks a little more utilitarian than other USB chargers.
The USB-F cable has a hole in it, so it’ll likely fit in the back of a backpack, backpacker purse, or anything else that might be plugged into it.
It’s not a USB charging port, though it’s definitely a USB USB-M port.
If it was, Samsung would have released a USB M-to-M adapter that would have let you charge your smartphone while it was in a backpack or other bag.
The Galaxy USB-D cable has an 8-pin power jack and USB Type M connector.
It also comes with a 5-pin USB-T connector that you’ll be able to use with the adapter if you don’t need the 3.3mm headphone jacks on the Galaxy A7 and A7 Edge phones.
We haven’t tested this one, but we’re confident it’ll work for charging headphones in any phone that doesn’t include the headphone jack.