About Micro USB
Universal Serial Bus (USB) refers to an industry standard that gives specifications for cables and connectors and protocols for connection, communication and power supply between computers, peripheral devices and other computers. The female connector mounted on the gadget is known as the receptacle, and the male connector joined to the cable is known as the plug.
Devices connected with the PC utilizing a USB cable can transfer information and files (if the device supports Mass Storage mode, the documents can be transferred without the need for drivers or softwares).
There are diverse USB interfaces: MicroUSB (with two subtypes – Micro-An and Micro-B) is one of them, and was created to replace the MiniUSB interface.