[Hidden-tech] * * * Smartphone to ethernet connection * * *

Jan Werner jwerner at jwdp.com
Fri Jul 26 11:36:08 UTC 2019

Amazon lists many such adapters. Search the Q&A and ratings for "Samsung" for any of them 
to see if other buyers report success with a Samsung phone.

Doing that on this adapter: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00X4S587K shows someone who uses it 
with a Samsung Galaxy Note 8, so it should work with your Galaxy 8+.

Jan Werner

Deborah Chandler via Hidden-discuss wrote:
> Hi folks,
> Does anyone have expertise in connecting a Samsung Galaxy S8+ smart phone to a hardwired 
> ethernet connection via an adapter? I have confirmed it is possible for this model phone, 
> but now I need the right brand of USB-C adapter. I bought a Belkin brand one but alas, it 
> is not compatible with *any* cellphones.
> I just got off the phone with Samsung tech support and the guy says the "AllEasy" brand of 
> adapter will work with my phone, but alas, it looks only available at Amazon and they're 
> out of stock indefinitely. See 
> https://www.amazon.com/AllEasy-Thunderbolt-Compatible-Aluminium-Indicator/dp/B074V4B8B8
> I need to hardwire my phone asap due to worsening symptoms being around the wireless 
> signals. I had someone come to my house last week and his EMF measuring devices went sky 
> high when near my cellphone and modem. I have already shut off the wifi at the modem and 
> the "bridge", and use my laptop with an ethernet cable. I see a difference in symptoms 
> already.> 
> And if you have a proper adapter available, even if it's used but working fine, please let 
> me know what price you'd like for it.
> I am going to call the fine folks at LessEMF now, and see if they carry this item.
> And please let me know if you are someone who is also developing these sensitivities and 
> would like to learn/share more.
> Thanks,
> Deb
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