01-04-2022 01:21 PM in
If I plug a memory stick into my Galaxy Flip 3 it only comes up as writable if it's FAT. If it's NTFS Android reports it as read-only. But I've heard about an app which allows Android to write to NTFS memory sticks. Does anyone know what it's called or is it maybe just vapourware?
01-04-2022 02:49 PM in
Thanks. I just installed the Paragon app but it doesn't seem very intuitive... let's say I've some images taken with the phone camera. Usually I select them and copy to the clipboard. When I next mount a (non-NTFS) USB stick I'll be presented with an option to copy the clipboard objects onto the USB stick.
But with an NTFS stick and the Paragon app, I can't figure out how transfer images (or anything else) from the phone onto the USB stick. I've managed to create new folders on the NTFS stick but once the folders are created, I can't seem to put anything into them 😞
01-04-2022 09:32 PM - last edited 01-04-2022 09:32 PM
02-04-2022 12:46 PM in
Thanks antikythera I found it... it seems to let me copy and move files within the USB stick (and create folders etc) but I've yet to find any way to transfer things between the USB stick and the phone. To be honest, it'll make life a lot simpler if I stop using NTFS and just reformat the USB stick as FAT or exFAT !!