People sometimes want to use Ethernet with their GrapheneOS phone, not all adapters will work, but most do. Suggested format below.
Devices tested: Pixel 5, 4a 5G, 4a
Store link: https://example[.]com/product/
flawedworld I think it would be useful to include the chipset aswell
A lot of devices uses similar or even same chipsets.
Devices tested: Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro
Store link: https://www.amazon.com/Multiport-CableCreation-Ethernet-Compatible-Thunderbolt/dp/B07CGCSQLF/ref=mp_s_a_1_5
Make sure to connect external power supply to the adapter as power provided by the phone may not be enough.
The cool thing about this adapter is that it connects to the phone via a standard USB-C to USB-C cable vs a short cable hard-attached to the adapter. It makes it easier to use.
Devices Tested: Pixel 5a and Pixel 6
Store Link: https://www.belkin.com/us/business/audio-video-adapters/usb-c-to-ethernet-charge-adapter/p/p-inc001/
Store Link: https://www.belkin.com/us/adapters/audio-video/usb-c-to-gigabit-ethernet-adapter-usb-type-c/p/p-f2cu040/
Store Link: https://www.belkin.com/us/docks-hubs/usb-c-docks/usb-c-multimedia-adapter/p/p-avc005/
Store Link: https://www.cablematters.com/pc-683-125-usb-c-to-gigabit-ethernet-adapter.aspx
Store Link: https://www.cablematters.com/pc-1233-126-usb-c-hub-with-4k-hdmi-card-reader.aspx
Store Link: https://us.targus.com/collections/usb-c-alt-mode-docks/products/universal-usb-c-phone-dock-awu420gl
This one has a RTL8153B chipset
Store Link: https://www.caldigit.com/usb-c-pro-dock/
Linux/Android kernel judges by the chip, not the particular model.
Is there a compatible USB C-to-ethernet adapter that is externally powered and does not offer pass-through charging?
The one that I posted above doesn't charge Pixel 6. What do you want to achieve with lack of charging though? Better isolation from the charger device? If so better use USB adapter with power wires cut off.
junction reckon they just want to maintain battery health.
This Adapter works for me: https://store.google.com/de/product/chromecast_ethernet_adapter_gen_2
(Maybe off topic) I’m trying to decide if I want to buy a Chromebook to use for installing GrapheneOS vis the web BUT not all Chromebooks have an Ethernet port. Would an adapter work? I know it's not ideal but WOULD IT WORK. I have not owned a PC in years. I figure a Chromebook is the cheapest way to go. (Thanks!)
Corso work for what? Accessing Internet on Chromebook via Ethernet? Yes I use usb-c hub that has Ethernet with my Chromebook and it works fine.
Or you mean something in relation to flashing GOS from Chromebook? Ethernet doesn't play any role there.
Corso Is it possible to have GrapheneOS on a Chromebook??? I was searching for possibility's russnning GrapheneOS on a tablet, to get rid of my iPad
evalda I demonstrated my ignorance quite well. LOL. I guess I meant “doggle. Connecting Chromebook and Pixel with a doggle, could that work in getting GrapheneOS? Thanks!
Groetg No it's not possible to run GrapheneOS (GOS) on a Chromebook. They were referring to using a Chromebook to install GOS onto a Pixel.
It may be possible to install GOS onto the upcoming Pixel Tablet, but we won't know for sure until it comes out.
Corso You can install GrapheneOS on Pixel phone from Chromebook, you don't need a dongle for that. Just connect Pixel to Chromebook using the original USB cable that came with Pixel and follow instructions on the official GOS website. Good luck!
evalda Thanks a lot! Years ago I successfully rooted a phone and was terrified during the whole process. (okay, I’m being overly dramatic.) I don’t won’t to screw up my phone. Thanks again.