A few questions:
what tablet do you have?
where are you wanting to bring the files over from--your camera, desktop, etc?
Thanks for getting back to me. I've got a Motorola tablet, model number MZ617-16, Type Name -MOC62.
There are two different kinds of micro inputs at the bottom side of it. I'd like to import images directly from my Canon 5D Mark II's USB cord. I'm using photoshop touch as an editing tool. It looks like I can import images to it using Adobe's creative cloud, but that doesn't really help me in the field. There's this incredibly expensive WiFi adapter for the camera, around $700.00, but I ain't goin' there. I tried putting an adapter on the end of the USB cord from the camera to the tablet, but either photoshop touch didn't recognize it, or it's simply not a program that you can import to that way.
Warren R. Workman
Capturing Life's Magic
You'll need the official Motorola Camera Connection Kit (search for it on Amazon). You'll then be able to connect your camera to your Xyboard and Android should automatically start to ask if you want to transfer images to the tablet. (Take note: They should be in a compatible format like JPEG.)
Warunicorn may be right, since I'm not familar with that tablet. For my Nexus 7, I needed a OTG (on the go) mini-usb to usb converter--I plug one end into my device and then plug a card reader with my camera's SD card into the other end. I also needed to download the Nexus Media Importer app, which was less then five dollars I believe. With both of these, I can download images from my SD card to my device. I can also downland from and upload to a jump drive.