Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini Can’t See Flash Drive
enable usb debugging and the phone will detect the USB flash drive.
You can enable along the way. menu. settings. for developers. enable usb debugging.
The guest answers about the Samsung Galaxy S3 Neo GT-I9300I 12/11/2014 03:02
there is no OTG support in the factory firmware
It’s not about the firmware. the matter is in the phone itself and the connector, although the firmware also has some of the truth from this.
Android includes OTG support since versions from 4.0.4 rarely to version 2.3.6. OTG works without root. it’s just that not all devices can be connected, but only devices that do not consume more than 3.7 v. just for frequent on some flash drives there are LEDs that consume more, I have a hub connected to OTG on this phone model. there are 4 usb holes in the hub. 2 of them work, I connect the wireless keyboard and mouse 2v 1. and everything works if you also connect a USB flash drive. then nothing connected will work.
The guest answers about the Samsung Galaxy S3 Neo GT-I9300I 12/11/2014 12:38
Thank you, in general OTG will not work. , as I understand it
Why? It will work only if you attach flash drives without diodes and third-party accessories with a certain voltage to it.
The guest answers about the Samsung Galaxy S3 Neo GT-I9300I 12/19/2014 00:50
I have fly 451 and otg on my native pro 4.1.2 with a 3.4.5 kernel does not pull. And galaxy s2 reads calmly with and without a diode.
It all depends on the manufacturer, maybe the phone just doesn’t have enough packages from the factory or they were removed and blocked by some applications, you will understand this for a very long time and you won’t understand what’s what.
The guest answers about the Samsung Galaxy S3 Neo GT-I9300I 02/15/2015 17:41
still not working. what’s the matter??
Doesn’t work on which phone model? Android version of your phone?
And also the kernel firmware version? Please indicate, after which I will help you solve the problems.
The guest answers about the Samsung Galaxy S3 Neo GT-I9300I 02/24/2015 17:50
samsung s 3 android 4.3 kernel firmware 3.4.0-2566126
Get root rights, after which your phone will be able to work in this mode, you can get root rights through the framaroot program or the like.
The guest answers about the Samsung Galaxy S3 Neo GT-I9300I 03/02/2015 00:16
Got root and still can not see.
How did you get root rights? if you didn’t do it from a PC, simply installing the program as root is right. This is not the root of the law.
The guest answers about the Samsung Galaxy S3 Neo GT-I9300I 03.03.2015 10:17
Through the odin program, after which other difficulties appeared! The phone sometimes heats up, some programs stop their work, the battery sits down quickly, and when I take off the factory settings, the phone switches to boot mode. Maybe I did something wrong?
The guest answers about the Samsung Galaxy S3 Neo GT-I9300I 03/05/2015 21:58
Well, nr does not see anyway!
This function is not hardware, but the software in the official firmware (stock) does not have otg support, if you get root rights and install software for OTG, then this function will be available, basically everything is flashed to custom firmware.
The guest answers about the Samsung Galaxy S3 Neo GT-I9300I 03/31/2015 22:43
And here is the root.
What’s wrong. The phone should see a flash via OTG without any unnecessary manipulations.
And moreover, you do not need to activate “usb debugging”
And then write all nonsense
No one writes nonsense, you can contact the Samsung forum or the technical support of the Samsung, where they will answer that the phone supports otg, but this is not safe and no one will help you, by custom. This is a deprivation of many problems, but there are drawbacks, if the phone is under warranty, then when flashing it to custom. Warranty is lost.