Originally Posted by PockyG
You're right, the mounts are different. I changed the points for the GScript link in the OP. Works like a charm so far. Instructions I posted a little bit ago:
Note: this is for US versions of GS3, using the app in OP should work fine for international versions.
UMS (Mass storage) is working with CM10 for the external SD, however you will need to take quite a few steps to get it working. I'm running nightly 9/14 currently.
You will need to follow the gscript steps to get it working as the Easy UMS app
at the moment does not work (at least for me).
-Download GScript Lite here
-I've went ahead and modified the original
script to the correct mount point for CM10. You can download it here
-Import the scripts in the gscript folder in your internal memory.
-Make sure su is enabled for the script.
-Once the script is done, you will most likely need to switch the drivers for Windows. Go into device manager and you will find Samsung MTP Device or something very similar under mobile/portable devices.
-Update drivers and you should have the option to change to Mass Storage Device. You may need to reboot your machine.
I've been struggling with this one for a while and I hope you guys have some success with this one!
No joy on CM10.0-d2att with SGH-I747. First, Gscript crashes when running the script, but running the script from the terminal completes absent of success in a PC seeing a UMS device, even after replacing the windows driver.
All I get is a Generic USB MTP device that Windows says is "not working."
And BTW EasyUMS does NOT work on SGH-i747 US/AT&T running CM10.0.