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[Q] Any chance to get NTFS 2,5 drive accessible - rooted

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22nd August 2014, 02:55 PM   |  #1  
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When I plug in the drive it just says something like "clear/format the drive" as it is non FAT. ES Explorer sees the drive and says USB2007 forat not supported. Total Comander and Root Explorer dont show it.
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SM-T705, CF-Autoroot:

When I plug in the drive it just says something like "clear/format the drive" as it is non FAT. ES Explorer sees the drive and says USB2007 forat not supported. Total Comander and Root Explorer dont show it.

Use Paragon_NTFS Plugin for Total Commander
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THX, works, there is also a mounter from Paragon, which needs root anf I didnt hat to work because of Selinux message.
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Outta curiosity, is the tablet providing enough power for the HDD or are you using external power?
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yes the 2,5" drive runs powered from the Tabs USB
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yes the 2,5" drive runs powered from the Tabs USB

What type 2,5" hard drive?
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mine do kik sounds on 2,5 old one i thinking buy a SSD to test it SSD use less power lol, but usb hub with Power Adapter i use old one the hard drive to power it up
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its a Fujitsu about 4 years old with an "UNITEK USB3.0 to SATA converter" from amazon
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mine do kik sounds on 2,5 old one i thinking buy a SSD to test it SSD use less power lol, but usb hub with Power Adapter i use old one the hard drive to power it up

I just plug in my old Samsung USB-OTG adapter. Since my USB HDD is formatted NTFS, use Paragon app (root) to mount, and presto !!

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