Doesn't work on Nexus 7 "S3C USB Host Driver NOT found!" error message. Not sure what this app is, but it doesn't allow you to read USB drives Installing it now in case it's spyware..
WOW yeeessss... finally.. im amazed by this. it did a great job for me mounting my 1TB HDD... when i connect it and not enough power.. i use your app and do (reset) on my HDD.. and it works.. THANKSSSS ALOOOOT..."btw, im using Galaxy S3"
Significantly Improves Internal/USB/SD R/W Speeds Works GREAT on Toshiba Thrive ICS 4.04 (Rooted). Before this app, I could only write to my 32GB Class 4 SD card at around 800 KB/s! After installing this app/driver and rebooting, I now have a SUSTAINED write speed of 4 MB/s (external USB storage to SD) to 10+ MB/s (Computer to SD via MTP). It even improves internal transfer speeds. SD Tools reports Read/Write speeds of ~27/13 MB/s (Internal) and ~17/9 MB/s (SD)!!! To get the best performance out of your SD card (or any flash-based device), follow this procedure: Before continuing, make sure to back up your data. Now, 1. Open command prompt. Type "diskpart" 2. Type "list disk". Take note of the disk number for your SD card (Hint: See the size column) 3. Type "select disk n" (where n is the disk # of your SD card). 4. Type "clean" (destroys partition data) 5. Type "create partition primary align=1024". This creates a new partition aligned for better performance 6. Type "format fs=fat32 unit=65536 quick". This formats the SD card to FAT32 with a 64KB cluster size Just set your SD Read cache to 1024 KB and that's it! I haven't yet tested it with higher class SD cards, but you should expect to get full performance.
Really neat app, needs pref for mount options I like this app. It's really neat, has a simple and well-designed interface, does the job and it's free! It allows me to use USB sticks on my MPMAN MID7C GB 2.3.4 tablet which has USB OTG support. The built-in vold-based automounting works once in a blue moon unfortunately, so this app helps a lot. However I've hit a serious problem: all my sticks with accented characters in file names make all applications accessing them (ES File Explorer, MX Player, Total Commander...) crash. I've traced this to the app not mounting the USB stick partition with the UTF8 option. Until there's a setting for custom mount options or some other fix to specify this option to mounts, that's a show stopper to me :-(
Needs updating for Jelly Bean This was my USB Host app of choice until I updated to Jelly Bean on my Xoom. The app now displays an error message when attempting to mount at the usual mount point and does not work past that. For previous Android versions, it works very well.
great app working like it should although theres some usb stick that cant mount, i thought its due to usb host voltage cant keep up
Fixed deadlocks while using su on gingerbread
Fixed battery charger disable command for SGS/JVU
Fixed errors on devices older than gingerbread
Fixed errors with users using ad-blockers
Fixed errors when orientation changes
Fixed errors on some devices with wireless adb
List the details of all USB devices attached to an Android device with USB host
Write to NTFS drives and read FAT32 & HFS+ storages directly from Android device