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[Q]Kitkat and USB mass storage mode

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1st December 2014, 11:07 AM   |  #41  
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I have almost the same problem now. It started after updating SuperSU and BusyBox from PlayMarket 2 days ago. I restored old SuperSu but it didn't help. You can see how UMS Script folder looks like now in attachment. I transferred UMS scripts in a new folder in internal SD Card again but it didn't help also. It is Legacy now. If I run UMS Script now it just crashes. Without any error messages.

Is it a BusyBox update bug?
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7th December 2014, 09:06 AM   |  #42  
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If I recall well, there was some Samsung app update (saw it in play store) along with some other apps on my phone, and I uninspiredly hit "update all".
After that, the scripts stopped working, here's what I'm getting at this point.

1 - when trying to enable mass storage
2 - when trying to get back to MTP
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10th December 2014, 09:06 AM   |  #43  
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Any news on these problems?
I've just installed Omega ROM 23, Compulsion 16, SG USB Mass Storage Enabler 2.3.1 and DriveDroid on my international Note 3, but I only ever get a Removable Disk icon in Windows, which then asks me to insert a disk. I can revert back to MTP just fine in all cases.

I know it's a SG4 thread but just wondering if something was indeed up with BusyBox or some other evil update.

Edit: I also receive the error:
Can't create /sys/devices/platform/msms_hsub/gadget/lun0/file : No such file or directory.
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27th December 2014, 02:25 AM   |  #44  
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Any news on these problems?
I've just installed Omega ROM 23, Compulsion 16, SG USB Mass Storage Enabler 2.3.1 and DriveDroid on my international Note 3, but I only ever get a Removable Disk icon in Windows, which then asks me to insert a disk. I can revert back to MTP just fine in all cases.

I know it's a SG4 thread but just wondering if something was indeed up with BusyBox or some other evil update.

Edit: I also receive the error:
Can't create /sys/devices/platform/msms_hsub/gadget/lun0/file : No such file or directory.

Any update on the cant create file error?
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December 28, 2014 by Michael

I successfully accessed the files through my Sony TV and the SD Card but I need your help. The script and the program worked. The Sony plays audio files and pictures but the audiovisual files (e.g. MP4, AVI) are being hidden by the Android File System. I then used Xpose to override the SD Card permissions via HandleExternalModule. It worked and had overridden the permissions but I could not change ownership. Regardless, the Android File System is still overriding the viewing of audiovisual files. It is hiding them under Mass Storage Mode. What in the world can I do next?

Tech specs. of my phone: S4 Active; 4.4.2; Rooted; Factory Unlocked; Not running CM.

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Even does not dismount it from Android, which is nice. I hate to think how that's gonna blow up in my face at some indeterminate point in the future. Almost tempted to add some conditions so I can use it as a toggle.... but for now its awesome.

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