I may not have the right MiXplorer setup to write and to properly read my NTFS USB sticks and backup disks:
- I am not able to write to my NTSF USB stick.
- Direct Link video play from NTSF USB stick mostly fails after FAT32 file length.
+ Though, copy the full NTSF length of video file and playing the copied file from phone's internal ("external") SD works well. (Tested with some 8GB+ mp4 videos.)
Searching for a better MiXplorer setup I found https://forum.xda-developers.com/sho...5#post78290605
(OP #26809 on p.2681 in the developer thread) with the encouraging message "...(I tried exFAT, FAT32, NTFS and ext4) MiXplorer can always access and write on it...".
Question: What setup steps in MiXplorer will I need so thatMiXplorer can give me the same complete service for my NTFS USB sticks as it gives me for my exFAT USB sticks?
What MiXplorer setup do you experienced users use for NTSF USB sticks?
Thank you in advance!
Galaxy S4, GT-I9505, Android 5.0.1, no root
Galaxy S7edge, SM-G935F, Android 8.0.0, no root, Samsung Experience 9.0
On both phones:
MiXplorer V 6.38.0-Silver
Inside each phone an "external" SD card kind of SanDisk Extreme PRO SDXC 95 MB/Sek, Class 10, U3, V30 (64GB in S4, 128GB in S7edge)
I also found https://forum.xda-developers.com/sho...7#post76917167
Unfortunately, the suggested free Paragon mounter app(https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...aragon.mounter
) is no longer available in Play Store.
Now, June 2019, there is another Paragon NTFS mounter app. It is not free and it is exclusively tied to TC and not intended to work with any other file explorer. Therefore no option for MiXporer?