Great to see you guys on the mobile front. And to many of you commenters,any of you soundnlike idiots as if you know what your talking about and the word noob is just annoying and is usually what someone not so confident in what they know usually says to someone else who knows just a Lil than them.. Paragon has desktop software I love and the fact you guys want any more out of this app or even use it shows how little you know about filesystems.. on that note talking to the Dev now, we need an app that can open/mount vdi or vhdx files over the local
In KitKat this worked wonderfully, my 256GB drive and I had a blast with it. In Marshmallow nothing, it sees the drive, attempts to mount but it can't. Isn't there a way to break/skip/disable Android's moronic storage restrictions? I don't care about this "security". First, I am my own security, I don't need anyone telling me what I can or can't do. Second, a "security" that breaks functionality is useless for me. Third, even if the drive or the phone blows to smithereens I'd be insane if I had an only copy of my files in a portable storage. With that said, is it that you technically can't do anything (we're rooted after all) or you just aren't willing to bypass Google? You could put a big red warning about it and the user takes all responsibility. Whichever it is I respect your decision, I'm just asking. I still rated 5 because as I said, in KitKat it worked perfectly and I hope some day I can use it again in MM. It's just the system's limitations. If this was Windows I'd bet there would be a security policy or registry edit to remove them (something similar in Android that doesn't involve installing custom roms would be really cool)
works, i had to mount the NTSF usb on an empty folder, this works, 1 star rapers are obviously stupid noobs who have no idea what root is my phone is a basic 4.1 smart phone, needed this to mounts NTFS card that would support 15GB single files as torrent download since FAT32 only support max 4gb for one file
Works! and I'm even on marshmallow. If your drive doesnt appear as an individual storage, try checking the ParagonNTFS folder. Most of the time its there. The only thing I'd like to see improve is the UI. Looks like its for android Gingerbread and its already 2016!
Does absolutely nothing It says my ntfs sd card is mounted, but I can't access any of the files on it
Mostly works as intended This does indeed mount NTFS partitions - however, (on marshmallow for sure, not sure about other Android versions) this app mounts the partition In kernel space (visible to root console) but not userspace (what most Android apps use). To get around this you need to create a fuse shim of the mount directory. Create a folder in the root directory like /external, then (as root) mount -t sdcardfs /path/to/appmount /path/to/root/folder Now normal apps should see your storage device under the folder you made
- Fix mount issue;
- Add menu button for devices without hard button.