Is it possible to make my Samsung Galaxy Nexus connect to a USB memory stick?
I have the USB Connect. How can I do that?
If your Galaxy Nexus is rooted, install this app: StickMount. Then connect your USB to a USB-to-MicroUSB cable (such as this one), and plug the micro usb into the phone, a popup will appear asking you what application do you want to open, select StickMount. Using a file manager, such as this one, navigate to: /sdcard/usbStorage/ you will find your USB files there.
Note: If your phone is not rooted, you cannot do this.
You must be looking for this. Though it is costly, you can get local cables from radio shack or so. Then, use stickmount app. Note that this works only after rooting.
P.S. Rooting is not as complex as it sounds. You are just gaining access to your own phone. In Galaxy Nexus, you can unroot as well!
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