It works great except for one thing There is a problem with the software disconnect button it goes in to a loop of connecting then disconnecting so all I can do is unplug it. With it did not happen older version worked fine now it worries me of data corruption.
Bit of a learning curve, but works great! While this wasn't intuitive at first, once I figured out how everything worked, I was pleasantly surprised at just how great this app is. The split screen for the File Manager is a great design and makes it really easy to transfer files from my Nexus 6 to the USB drive. Transfers are also quite fast. This is a life saver once you start to run low on memory with the phone.
Let me count the ways this app sucks 1. I paid for it, yet it has (so far) told me several times that "no license verification has been found" 2. Very often does not read content of USB storage - I must constantly stop and start it, which, as most ppl know, isn't good for a flash drive. 3. I tried to move music from my sd drive to flash. All that did was erase 29 songs of mine (Big thank you to the dev for that one). This is a rip off.
It legit works. After trying out many apps that would hopefully be able to transfer files to and from my Sandisk Ultra OTG usb drive (64Gb) to no avail I decided to spare this app a few dollars in taking the risk that it will actually work, AND IT DOES. My unrooted Nexus 5 is now able to access an additional 64Gb without a hitch. This is the app your looking for.
Love it for making backups of photos (especially on Vacation without good wifi) When out of internet (e.g. vacation) it's great to backup (or free up space by moving) your videos, photos. Works great with my Nexus deivces and Pendrives, External USB Drives etc. What I miss, is that since upgrading android triggers also when I connect keyboard&mouse via KVM, so every time I switch on KVM, it pops-up question box "Would you like to use Nexus Media Import" -> Yes, I wanted to send feedback, but app unfortunatelly misses visible "feedback" button.
Does not work after updated to 5.1 It cannot detect otg usb after update d my Nexus 7 2013 version 5.1, build LMY48I
-Subtitle fixes / optimizations
-ext4, mp3 & 2nd storage fixes
-FAT Compatibility Plugin Update
-Write for internal microSD (req. 5.0+)
-Headset double/triple click next/previous track (req. 5.0+)
-Streaming subtitle support for Dice and MX Player
-Lollipop Audio Notification/Lock Screen
-Limited Android Wear Support
-Thumbnail Generation Offset
-Write support for NTFS (Hard drives and some large flash drives)
All-in-one media player to "Discover latest videos to watch online & offline"