Originally Posted by Pfeffernuss
Nexus Media Importer and/or (when rooted) Stickmount don't work?
Well, I just got the Nexus a couple days ago and I don't want to root it for now, but the thing is that ADATA say that the UD320 is Plug and Play and doesn't require anything else. The stick should see the tablet as a host and I should get the message that removable storage was plugged in like I do on my S2.
I would try Nexus Media Importer, but it sucks that I have to use a third party app for something that should work without it. Now, I'm not complaining like a little baby because I truly appreciate this technology and the people that made it possible, but it would be so AWESOME if it actually worked
Anyway, thanks for the tips. If all else fails I'll try the Media Importer but I'm still hoping there could be some kind of fix...or at least people that have the same issue.
I eventually found this thread on Google Code:
code dot google.com in Android Issues with the tag 58277 (sorry, can't post links yet)
From what I understand, there seems to be a bug in Android 4.3 which seems to be preventing some units of Nexus 7 tablets from being able to host USB devices other than keyboards and mice...
Somewhere in the conversation (post #215) it's suggested by possibly a developer that this bug might be addressed in Android 4.4
If someone else is experiencing the same problem as I am and has more know-how about Android's more inner workings, I'd very much appreciate their take on this
I did try something that seemed to have worked. I used the instructions here:
otgtroubleshooter dot blogspot.cz in the article "android 4.3 issue 58277" (again, sorry, can't post links yet
After this I used OTG Troubleshooter (Play Store) to see if it somehow resolved my problem. I got an "All OK!" after my first reboot, but my thumb drive still isn't being detected. Maybe this will work for others...
Well, hope to hear from someone soon...