If the tablet is running Window (not Windows RT), the USB2-OTGE100 adapter works fine. If it’s Windows 8.x and above, the device driver has built-in the OS hence you don’t even need to install the device driver.
The compatibility for Android device is device dependent. Android doesn’t allow users to install any device driver, hence the driver has to be installed by manufacturer when it’s shipped. If the driver wasn’t built in, there isn’t any way to make it work. It means that is completely the Android device manufacturers’ decision.
If the driver was built in, this adapter start working when plugged in. If the driver wasn’t there, it just won’t work. There isn’t any good way to figure it out until actually testing the adapter with the particular Android device.
Plugable maintains the compatibility list with the information from our customers:
If your Android tablet wasn’t listed there, we aren’t sure if the adapter is compatible or not. Please ask to the Android device manufacturer if the system is compatible with ASIX AX88772 chip set or not.
Hope this helps!