Consequently mount and descent USB sticks on different gadgets like the Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 7 and Nexus 10. The Nexus 4 is not upheld – this is an issue with the gadget, not with StickMount !
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Different Nexus and “stock Android” gadgets don’t naturally “mount” mass stockpiling gadgets, (for example, USB sticks). StickMount has been made to take care of this issue, and give you access to the documents on your USB associated capacity from all your applications.
StickMount is known to take a shot at numerous gadgets, however is assembled *only* in view of *Nexus* gadgets.
When StickMount is introduced and you interface a USB stay with a “USB have/OTG link”, the gadget will demonstrate to you a popup on the off chance that you need to open StickMount. It is encouraged to advise the gadget that you need to do this of course.
In the event that you have quite recently introduced StickMount and you as of now had a USB stick associated, you should physically dispatch the program, or disengage/reconnect the USB stick for StickMount to begin working.
Mass stockpiling gadgets are mounted to “/sdcard/usbStorage/xxxx/”.
— – (Pro) Kill applications forestalling unmount — –
Here and there an application has a record being used situated on the USB gadget, and won’t relinquish it. This can keep StickMount from unmounting the USB gadget. It will appear like the gadget remains associated (this is innocuous). StickMount Pro gives an alternative that endeavors to execute (end) all the applications that are keeping the unmount from succeeding.
— – (Pro) Media examine — –
StickMount Pro backings setting off the media scanner on each (un)mount activity. This will consequently make the documents on your USB gadget accessible in applications like Gallery and Music. It would be ideal if you take note of that the media scanner is not a noticeable procedure on all Android gadgets – it may really work noiselessly out of sight with no visual prompts. It might pause for a moment for your documents to show up, so don’t freeze in the event that they don’t indicate quickly.
Regardless of the possibility that you have this choice empowered, you can keep envelopes from being checked by setting a vacant record called “.nomedia” in that organizer. On the off chance that you place it in the foundation of the USB gadget, the whole gadget won’t be filtered.
— – (Pro) Mount as segment mark — –
Rather than utilizing the square gadget name for the segment, utilize the segment mark as mount name, falling back to uuid or piece gadget name if the name is inaccessible.
— – (Pro) Create typical connections — –
Make typical connections in/mnt and/capacity to the genuine mounts in/sdcard/usbStorage/
— – Filesystem bolster — –
The filesystems upheld relies on upon your gadget firmware. On most gadgets, at any rate vfat/fat/fat32 and ext2/3/4 are upheld. On the most recent Android renditions, ntfs is additionally upheld in perused just mode. A few gadgets likewise bolster exfat out the case, however most don’t.
StickMount can use the “ntfs-3g” and “mount.exfat-intertwine” pairs to include bolster for ntfs (untested) and exfat, yet these are excluded. In the event that you put the “ntfs-3g” or “mount.exfat-meld” documents in the foundation of your interior stockpiling (/sdcard ), StickMount will consequently utilize them.
— – Troubleshooting — –
For a few clients, the application shows up not to work, while in certainty it is the gadget itself or the link not working. One OTG link is not the other OTG link. On the off chance that you have a USB stay with a light on it, it ought to illuminate when you interface it to the Galaxy Nexus utilizing your OTG link. On the off chance that it doesn’t, either your link or your Nexus is flawed. 99 out of 100 circumstances it will be your link. That the link works fine with another gadget does not mean anything! Links known to take a shot at a one gadgets may not chip away at another gadget.
SD card unmounting: If your SD card unmounts while unmounting a USB gadget, you have a bug in your portion. This is *not* a bug in StickMount !