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Hi!
Just wanted to report that this cheap drive works on my XT1032, CM11, M6.

32GB DT MicroDuo USB 2.0 micro USB OTG
http://www.kingston.com/us/memory/se...tid=dtduo/32gb

Furthermore, CWM also sees it and backup to usbstorage (~1,5GB) lasted about 10 minutes.
I'm looking now for a solution to partition it into 2 separate partitions, one should be 1GB hidden and a TrueCrypt container (for personal files), 2nd should be movies music FAT32.
I think it should work...
did you menage to create 2 partitions ?
 
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did you menage to create 2 partitions ?
Off course, but I didn't employ truecrypt since it's EOL...
 
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Off course, but I didn't employ truecrypt since it's EOL...
how did you do it, my win isn't recognizing the second partition
 
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how did you do it, my win isn't recognizing the second partition
Yes, win won't see it, I'm using linux, sorry.
On the other hand Moto g sees only 1st partition, so I created 30gb fat 32 public as 1st partition and the rest is 2nd partition ext4 encfs'd.
 
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Yes, win won't see it, I'm using linux, sorry.
On the other hand Moto g sees only 1st partition, so I created 30gb fat 32 public as 1st partition and the rest is 2nd partition ext4 encfs'd.
it's a headache. supposedly there is a flip removable/fixed bit (RMB), but not on every drive, or you can modify your win driver so it recognizes all removable media as fixed drives. i'll look for a simpler solution
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