The drive path when you mount is:
/mnt/sdcard/usbStorage/sda1, sdb1, sdc1, etc....
Nexus 7 with StickMount reads NTFS & FAT32 but not exFAT. Also I'm unable to write to NTFS either.
It can be outrageous on the pricing but if you're patient & lucky you can get it for $20-50 markup. Those are the people that I love dealing with since they aren't asking too much and willing to sell right away with no BS.
I just came home with my Nexus 7 so I should be testing in a bit. Since we met up at Frys, I got me a cheap 64gb flash drive for 29.99.
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Using an OTG cable that I use for all my android devices with a 64gb FAT32 formatted flash drive didn't pick up the drive. I'm going to root & see if I can get it to recognize the flash drive.
You should be able to but let me check to be 100% sure. I plan to transfer a regular, 720p & 1080p movies & use Dice to play it on a flash drive. I'll report back once transfer & testing is done.
Yes, I have the model that was handled out at Google I/O with the White back
Here are my results when trying to playing video files from a flash drive via OTG.
I sued the following three apps (MXPlayer, Dice, MOBO Player) to play AVI, MKV (720 & 1080p) with.
All three apps couldn't play the video files. Dice would FC (I used a TiBU version since Dice shows as incompatible on Play Store). With Mobo Player I couldn't get it to recognize the ARM7-neon plugin even though I downloaded & installed it. MXPlayer would give me a video problem error.
So most likely those apps are incompatible with JB & I'm able to play those video files on my S3 with Dice to verify these are not corrupted files.
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