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Galaxy S4 supports USB mass storage mode now

Left behind the bad news of no Triangle Away support for Galaxy S4 I9500, I have a good news for you ~ Samsung Galaxy S4 supports USB mass storage mode now. Yes, instead of limiting yourself to media device (MTP) or camera (PTP) mode, try out USB mass storage mode on your Galaxy S4. SG USB Mass Storage Enabler is the hero today. And it supports GT-I9500, GT-I9505 and SGH-I337 models. It should work on every Galaxy S4 model in this case since Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 and Samsung Octa core are supported. I already updated the guide – How to enable USB mass storage on Galaxy S4? Be sure to check it out…

USB mass storage on Samsung Galaxy S4
USB mass storage on Samsung Galaxy S4

How to enable USB mass storage on Galaxy S4?

Yes, you can enable USB mass storage on Samsung Galaxy S4 (GT-I9500, GT-I9505, SGH-I747M, SGH-M919 and SGH-I337) now. Thanks to SG USB Mass Storage Enabler. Just like SGS3 Easy UMS application, it supports external micro SD card as USB mass storage only (can’t mount internal storage). Furthermore, it supports exFAT partition too (FAT32 definitely will work then). Working great on my 64GB Samsung microSDXC Pro UHS-1 Card. As expected, read and write speed from USB mass storage won’t be as fast as card reader due to Galaxy S4 does not support UHS-I standard. Note – root access is needed.

USB mass storage on Samsung Galaxy S4

How to enable USB mass storage on Nexus 4?

How to enable USB mass storage mode on Google Nexus 4? A big NO. Just like other Google Nexus devices, Nexus 4 does not support USB mass storage mode as well. You have Media device (MTP) and Camera (PTP) protocols only for USB connection. Or you can use Wi-Fi connection to transfer files between Nexus 4 and PC. Use free Android application like AirDroid.

LG Nexus 4 with AirDroid

How to enable USB mass storage mode on Nexus 7?

How to enable USB mass storage mode on Google Nexus 7? Well, don’t think about it (at least for now). Nexus 7 does not support USB mass storage mode just like Samsung Galaxy Nexus. Only Media device (MTP) and Camera (PTP) protocols are supported on Nexus 7. Google does not want you to use USB cable much on Nexus 7. Use wireless connection to transfer files between Nexus 7 and PC instead. Easier…

Google Nexus 7 with AirDroid

How to enable USB mass storage on Samsung Galaxy S3?

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 on Samsung Galaxy S3

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