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20th December 2014, 05:37 PM |#51  
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Wanted to use one of these to access music,but have any of these also got the ability for me to play my music and also be connected to a charger?
 
 
20th December 2014, 10:19 PM |#52  
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No... But you could use a wireless charger?

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21st December 2014, 12:35 PM |#53  
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I recently Bought a ScanDisk Ultra Dual USB Drive 64Gb Flash Drive, I owe a Nexus 5 running Cyanogen 11

why doesn't it support my phone, also I'm unable to connect it through my OTG cable,

My Phone does recognise the USB disk, but it disconnects it immediately,

Also i tried using my drive on my friend's Phone (Micromax Canvas Knight) it works perfectly with n without OTG cable.

also im able to connect my old normal USB Disk with OTG cable.

Can't understand what's wrong with it..

Please Help.
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21st December 2014, 02:27 PM |#54  
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Because it's formatted exfat?

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Because it's formatted exfat?

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No I've already Formatted the drive to NTFS
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Does the kernel support it NTFS?

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sorry to dig up an old thread. I got the otg drive recently and tried to install the sandisk memory zone. The app can detect the otg drive but does not allow back up to it. If i try to copy files using es file, I can do so. Any idea what could be the reason? The app can do auto backup which is useful. Thanks.
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USB 3.0 / 2.0 for a nexus 5 ?? Pls help
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If you're running stock, you need an app to mount it. If you don't have/want root, nexus media importer should work. If you have root, stickmount works well.

I had the corsair voyager go (before I lost it, grrrrrr), and it was great. A bit bigger but USB 3.0 and very fast on my laptop with USB 3.0 (140MB/sec reads, 16MB/sec writes).
However, it was slower in TWRP than a cheap verbatim usb 2.0 slider model with otg cable in creating a backup.
Write speeds within Android OS were at 14-16MB/sec, very respectable.

Which USB port is better for A nexus 5? 3.0/2.0 pls help
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