Originally Posted by jcasares
I still don't get you then...
You want, in your PC and through the mounted drive, access the data in the external sdcard? You should have two units mounted in Windows. The internal SD and the external SD.
This software only solves the (internal) access to Android applications, not from PC.
Don't know how your ROM works but with CyanogenMod 9 when you enable UMS you can't access anymore the units from the phone so it's logical that DirectoryBind can't maintain the bind anymore.
I think you need to use MTP to be able to retain the bind.
Let me know if what I say it's understandable.
Yes, I came from MTP where everything is ok. The discussed application mounts /emmc to /sdcard/external_sd and is accessable from PC in MTP Modus.
I found the SakaschiMod the best for me, because it is a mix from CyanogenMod9 with the AOKP moddings and including Samsung framework to use the "Samsung Apps" market application.
Here I tested the USB connect function, as an alternative method which is more common to new users which love to have their SD card as Drive Icon in Windows. When plugging to Windows one drive is installed for the internal "Sd Card" . When disabling "USB debugging" a new driver is installed for the inserted "external SD card", if you plug the device to a Windows PC USB Port.
Also a second Drive Icon is displayed on Windows Explorer.
But if you click "connect USB to PC" on android the firmware only connects to the first "drive" which is the internal 12 GByte Memory of the S2.
If I click the second "drive" Windows says "insert a disk".
It seems to me that the external SD card is not accessible via this method (at the moment)
So I guessed hat the software "Directory Bind" could be able to mount the SD Card even in this connecting method. But now I have learned that is not possible.
I had not tested with naitve CyanogenMod9 or stock ICS, if this firmware Version give access to the inserted SD Card in USB mode (UMS).