Very convenient. I own ZM-VE200 for a while now, and it is extremely useful. My phone has nowhere near as much storage space for ISOs, but most of the time I'm more than happy to only have minimalistic emergency set instead of carrying a heavy HDD in addition to my phone.
This is GREAT. Not only saved my butt when a USB stick failed I'd no other way to boot a server, but is really handy with the ability to use multiple images etc. Won't carry a USB stick any more because of this :)
From another planet. Absolutely cracking program, I pulled out my old PC to make it a Linux machine. Turns out I had no spare sata cable for the HDD :| and then I stumbled upon this beauty. I had to root my phone ofcourse; then I tried out the smallest distro I could find (Tiny Core Linux) all 60 something Mbs of it :D and voila an OS on my PC running from my phone, ruddy wonderful stuff. I have 3 usable distros now. TCL, Kali and Ubuntu. Thankyou makers of DriveDroid!
Amazing! NetHunter brought me here. Slight learning curve and steep requirements but, works flawlessly on an Nexus6 w/BlissROM and BlueSpark kernel. The only thing I missed was PXE network booting 😂 and a dark theme. Thanks for sharing!
I passed out after working out how to configure and execute this successfully. Stunning! Granted, I could knock a star off as the app isn't quite as intuitive as it could be, but that would just be petty! Using "Rufus" to convert a Hiren iso was slick and worked first time. Deserving of payment. Oh yes!
* Fixed crashes for unrooted devices
Full access to exFAT, NTFS, HFS+ and FAT32 storages directly from Android device
Create RAR and ZIP, unpack RAR, ZIP, TAR, GZ, BZ2, XZ, 7z, ISO, ARJ archives.