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Hey Guys,

I'm running Paranoid Android on my Nexus 4 and have tried several different kernels from, franco.kernel, Mirage, AK and stock-PA but all of them do the same thing, I've connected it like you can see below:


http://i.imgur.com/8h1IYmK.png


However when I load StickMount and try to mount it does the following even though on my Nexus 10 it works fine


http://i.imgur.com/8HHzJ0i.png


Any help?
if (Signature = TRUE) {
.. if (Device = "Google Nexus 4") {
.... ROM = Stock (Android 4.4) with Xposed;
.... KERNEL = Stock;
.. }
.. if (Device = "Google Nexus 10") {
.... ROM = Stock (Android 4.4) with Xposed;
.... KERNEL = Stock;
.. }
} else {
.. Retired Devices == HTC Desire Z, ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime, Microsoft Surface RT;
}
}
 
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Try this and enable he OTG with synapse app.

Kernel: http://forum.xda-developers.com/nexu...eries-t2845768

Synapse: https://play.google.com/store/apps/d....synapse&hl=en

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I installed the Kernel, tried to load synapse and it says No UCI Support Detected... :S
if (Signature = TRUE) {
.. if (Device = "Google Nexus 4") {
.... ROM = Stock (Android 4.4) with Xposed;
.... KERNEL = Stock;
.. }
.. if (Device = "Google Nexus 10") {
.... ROM = Stock (Android 4.4) with Xposed;
.... KERNEL = Stock;
.. }
} else {
.. Retired Devices == HTC Desire Z, ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime, Microsoft Surface RT;
}
}
 
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I installed the Kernel, tried to load synapse and it says No UCI Support Detected... :S
If you using synapse you need to flash ukm after flashing the kernel then it will work.
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If you using synapse you need to flash ukm after flashing the kernel then it will work.
Ahh, that works. Thank you.

Does anyone know why the symlinks aren't working?



If I go to /sdcard/usbStorage/ the SDCard is accessible via the /SDA1/ folder; however what is sda2 for... it appears blank on my screen when I go into it.

if (Signature = TRUE) {
.. if (Device = "Google Nexus 4") {
.... ROM = Stock (Android 4.4) with Xposed;
.... KERNEL = Stock;
.. }
.. if (Device = "Google Nexus 10") {
.... ROM = Stock (Android 4.4) with Xposed;
.... KERNEL = Stock;
.. }
} else {
.. Retired Devices == HTC Desire Z, ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime, Microsoft Surface RT;
}
}
 
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Hey Guys,

I'm running Paranoid Android on my Nexus 4 and have tried several different kernels from, franco.kernel, Mirage, AK and stock-PA but all of them do the same thing, I've connected it like you can see below:


http://i.imgur.com/8h1IYmK.png


However when I load StickMount and try to mount it does the following even though on my Nexus 10 it works fine


http://i.imgur.com/8HHzJ0i.png


Any help?

What setup are you using to have otg?
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What setup are you using to have otg?
A OTG-Y cable with a USB stick in the end..., exactly as you see in the picture: http://i.imgur.com/8h1IYmK.png

I also can't copy my music from /sdcard/Music to /sdcard/USBStorage/sd1 as it says there isn't enough space :/
if (Signature = TRUE) {
.. if (Device = "Google Nexus 4") {
.... ROM = Stock (Android 4.4) with Xposed;
.... KERNEL = Stock;
.. }
.. if (Device = "Google Nexus 10") {
.... ROM = Stock (Android 4.4) with Xposed;
.... KERNEL = Stock;
.. }
} else {
.. Retired Devices == HTC Desire Z, ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime, Microsoft Surface RT;
}
}

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