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16th May 2014, 03:38 AM |#11  
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is it hardware restrictions or cm roms will support usb otg in future? because xperia e1 based on same chipset supports usb otg..
 
 
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is it hardware restrictions or cm roms will support usb otg in future? because xperia e1 based on same chipset supports usb otg..

Custom kernels, such as the one that will eventually be included when Cyanogenmod arrives (Provided they include OTG functionality), should allow you to use USB otg just fine.
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Custom kernels, such as the one that will eventually be included when Cyanogenmod arrives (Provided they include OTG functionality), should allow you to use USB otg just fine.

Unless there is a hardware limitation like on the Nexus 4. If there isn't enough power out then you'd need a powered hub.
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Try this. ----> http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=52702666
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Found a promising article http://unleashthephones.com/2014/05/...microsd-cards/
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Fat32 formatted 64gb microsd card works with almost every 32gb supported phones.


Has anyone tried using a 64gb card NTFS formatted in moto E and Not FAT32 formatted??
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Just wanted to confirm 128gb as disk micro sdxc card works fine formatted as fat32. Taken a pic but don't know how to post it here in case anyone requires proof?
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Just wanted to confirm 128gb as disk micro sdxc card works fine formatted as fat32. Taken a pic but don't know how to post it here in case anyone requires proof?

what brand do you use it ? thanks
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Does moto e supports 64 GB SD card class 10 UHS-1 ?please tell me
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64 is working
I just bought bought a SanDisk 64 GB microSD card (SDSDQUAN-064G-G4A). It is working fine right out of the package. I mounted, formatted and started using it without any issue.
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