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You tried different readers and each exhibits the same problem. Also try a different card by a different manufacturer with the hope it draws less power.
I believe that the problem is lack of power. Your phone doesn't deliver enough power to the card reader. I would suggest using the same kind of cable you used to need when connecting an external hard disk using USB. It has one contact for the hard disk (card reader in your case), one for the phone and one for extra power (use a separate USB charger/adapter). ...
Without having the same phone, but playing around with OTG, the problem that you are describe seems to be because of the lack of power. Try using an external source of power for your USB card reader before connecting it to the phone. Maybe rooting the phone and searching through the file, you will find the option to output more power to the USB port of your ...
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.
The reason is that your phones does not support OTG cables, most android devices (70%) support OTG but some don't. The reason for this, is because your phone hasn't got the right hardware for it I have a tablet that doesnt support it and managed to get it to eventually working alright (It doesnt work in other apps, but you can copy the files at a fast speed ...
Well i got the solution. I was using inatek HB4004G USB3.0 four-port hub. I should have used on the go (OTG) cable instead. When i used the OTG cable, ethernet interface eth0 came up. Here is the OTG cable for your convenience.
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