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I have an answer. Many ways to get here. Drag the windows out from the left in Es file explorer. You should see Favorite, Local, Library, Network and Tools in a colume. Tap on Local and you should see the usbdisk with an arrow beside it. Tap the arrow and you are taken to Storage Settings. Scroll to the bottom and tap on Unmount USB Storage. I'm using a S4 ...


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It is possible in a sense, however. Given the limitations mentioned in @t0mm13b 's answer, it makes sense that the mentioned boot loader (lk) is incapable of doing this. So, we boot a custom kernel from fastboot (for testing), which boots, enables OTG functionality and once a valid kernel is found on the OTG device which is connected, chainloads that into ...



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