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[Q] USB OTG on Kitkat Not Support

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9th February 2014, 11:59 AM   |  #1  
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After Update Kitkat Droid Maxx Im trying Usb OTG Cant read. Previously unreadable on 4.2.2..Why .??

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After Update Kitkat Droid Maxx Im trying Usb OTG Cant read. Previously unreadable on 4.2.2..Why .??

The functionality was removed for some reason with the KitKat update. The same thing happened to the Moto X with its 4.4 update. I think it was a mistake; I believe I've read that the Moto X 4.4.2 update has restored this functionality.
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This function is very useful. but is removed

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This function is very useful. but is removed

Since it looks like you're unrooted you may be out of luck until 4.4.2 arrives. If you were rooted then stickmount restores the functionality.
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15th February 2014, 01:23 AM   |  #5  
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Since it looks like you're unrooted you may be out of luck until 4.4.2 arrives. If you were rooted then stickmount restores the functionality.

Stick Mount and the upgraded Stick Mount do not work for me on 4.4 rooted. I have the Del edition and on 4.2.2 did not even have to use stick mount. On KitKat stick mount will not work for me.
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Stick Mount and the upgraded Stick Mount do not work for me on 4.4 rooted. I have the Del edition and on 4.2.2 did not even have to use stick mount. On KitKat stick mount will not work for me.

I don't know why not it works for me on 4.4 rooted actually works very well.
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I don't know why not it works for me on 4.4 rooted actually works very well.

What is the difference of works and works very well? Did you have to set any settings to get stick mount to work? what do you use to access the sd card or drive you have mounted with Stick Mount? I have Root Explorer and ES3 file browser. Thanks for any help!

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