How to enable USB mass storage on Samsung Galaxy Note 2?

USB mass storage mode is no longer supported on latest Samsung Galaxy series including Samsung Galaxy Note II. What you have – Media device (MTP) and Camera (PTP) mode only. Luckily, there is a way to enable USB mass storage mode on Samsung Galaxy Note 2. Yes, it is working on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean firmware too. But have limitation which it is workable on external micro SD card only. It can’t mount internal sdcard as USB mass storage device. Furthermore, root access is required.

USB mass storage on Samsung Galaxy Note 2

SGS3 Easy UMS is the free Android application that saves the day. Yes, it was developed for Samsung Galaxy S3 but still working on Galaxy Note 2 (since both of them are using the similar hardware).

Not yet root Samsung Galaxy Note 2? Please refer to this guide then ~ How to root Samsung Galaxy Note 2 with CF-Auto-Root? (Video).

Download SGS3 Easy UMS v1.7 here.


  1. So how can I down load my music and photo off my Mac to my Note 2. I tried using double twist but nothing seems to work. Can you help me please.

  2. So if I root my Note 2 will I have any issues with my verizon plan? I have insurance on my phone and I want to keep the insurance intact.

  3. Hi. I need the internal memory of my sgn2 to be detected as a mass storage device because I am trying to scan for deleted files. Any ideas? Thanks.

  4. I am trying to get Mass storage access, somehow I got enabled mass storage, but this is showing that “insert disk into removable device”

    Please suggest if anyone is having idea about it


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