I love exFAT supported external micro SD card on Samsung Galaxy S III. I can enjoy movie video that more than 4GB file size finally. However, Samsung Galaxy S3 does not support USB mass storage mode natively. Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich seems to disable USB mass storage feature. Latest Samsung Galaxy S2 ICS firmware does not have this feature too. But worry no more, there is an application called SGS3 Easy UMS can help to enable USB mass storage on Samsung Galaxy S3. It will make external micro SD card on Samsung Galaxy S3 available as USB mass storage device. It supports exFAT for the moment (tried FAT32 but not working). Come on, try it out. Don’t stick on Media device (MTP) and Camera (PTP) mode only. Note – root access is required.
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.
Oh no, USB mass storage is gone on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich Samsung Galaxy S II. We should be able to use USB storage mode when enable USB debugging in Gingerbread. But it is not working on Android 4.0.3 ICS Samsung Galaxy S2. I have 2 options ~ Media device (MTP) and Camera (PTP) modes to choose only. No worry, USB storage mode is still available on Android 4.0 ICS Samsung Galaxy S2 but located in other place…