What is USB OTG?
“USB On-The-Go, often abbreviated USB OTG, is a specification that allows USB devices such as digital audio players or mobile phones to act as a host, allowing other USB devices like a USB flash drive, mouse, or keyboard to be attached to them.” – Wikipedia
What does the app do?
This app “helps” you to mount a mass storage device (pendrive / flash disk etc) on your Android phone. But your kernel must support Host mode for it to work properly (either natively or with the correct modules).
Modules for many devices can be found on my site.
(Enable or disable via Settings, * = Donate version onlly)
- Automatically start app on device connect * [ See FAQ ]
- Automatic mount * [ See FAQ ]
- Mount and Unmount drive with a single click
- Full NTFS support! (FAT, Ext2/3/4 also if kernel supports)
- exFAT support! [ See FAQ to enable ]
- Notification when drives mounted!
- Load modules required automatically (from /system/lib/modules)
- Option to enable utf-8 mode (if kernel support)
- Automatically open the mounted drive * [ See FAQ ]
- Media scanner triggered on mount [Active media scan in Donate version]
- One click debugging * [ See FAQ ]
- No Ads!
What phones are supported?
See list of confirmed working devices: Here
Any phone in which kernel supports USB Mass storage (stock / custom kernels / stock with appropriate kernel modules)
List of modules and kernels: Here
What are the requirements?
- root (su binary)
- supporting kernel / kernel modules
- USB OTG cable ( or direct card reader, see this kickstarter project -> http://goo.gl/LPPrB )
I will not be held responsible for any damage to your device. Do not use for a long time, u may risk burning the device chip/motherboard due to the voltage supply in host mode.
- Settings -> “In-app Busybox preferred” -> Uncheck. Then try again.
If it is still not working send me debugging data(in the app itself for donate version)