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I mounted and un mounted my sd card and all apps recognized the files again
It is not possible, this isn't something you can turn on in the settings, it's a hardware issue. The Galaxy Ace does not support OTG, so it's not possible to use it.
If your recovery supports adb sideloading, you can flash ROM from your computer using the command adb sideload path-to-file.zip. You have to choose the option flash zip from adb sideload then execute that command from your computer. Make sure you have adb drivers beforehand.
It is the original desire. It seems to have come with 2.0.28 which I can't find anywhere. I did find 2.0.33 which also didn't work.
An quite easy way is to configure an android virtual machine (using virtual box or VMware). You can find the Android ISO image here: http://www.android-x86.org/ It exists many guide on the Web to install Android on a virtual machine. (only google "Android x86 virtualbox for instance) You can also use Genymotion (requires register) which configure a VM ...
There are several 'root checker' apps on Play Store which do nothing but check to see if your phone is rooted or not. The simplest thing to do would be to try one (or more) of those and find out whether or not the phone is rooted or if you just have a copy of the SuperSU app on the phone. Just because it is there doesn't necessarily mean your phone is ...
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