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Does the lg g2 support 32gb otg

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And it works with a 64gb ntfs formatted drive too.

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For NTFS drives, the better and more convenient solution is to use Stickmount.

Just put the ntfs-3g module (see playstore page of Stickmount for link) in /sdcard.

I use a 1TB NTFS external harddisk without own power supply (!) with the G2, and it works without a hitch! This phone is able to do what my tablets can't! Thumbs Up!
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My Sandisk Extreme 32GB USB 3.0 also works perfectly on my G2 (D802)
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to be more clear.
using twrp and AOKP 4.3
will read and write on 32 or 64 GB flash drive formatted either fat32 or NTFS.

using TWRP and STOCK AT&T 4.2.2 rooted
will read and write 32 GB fat32 flash drive
will not mount 32 or 64 GB NTFS flash drive
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I havent had any issues with OTG using thumb drives or micro sd...of any size...either works just fine.

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Current devices :S4, Note 3, G2
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