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Rooting alone does not enable USB OTG functionality. Rooting (and having an unlocked bootloader) only allows you to flash a custom kernel that is built with proper support for USB OTG on your specific device. OTG API has been included in Android since version 3.1. Many modern Android devices have the necessary hardware as well. USB OTG software alone ...
USB OTG doesn't work when high power output is needed. It usually doesn't work with joypads which have analog sticks. If you want to use it, you'll have to attach USB hub with external power source, or make DIY externally-powered USB OTG.
It seems as if the LG G3 doesn't support the wireless controller. Upon plugging in a wired controller, it worked perfectly
Open "storage" (or "memory") in settings, and on the list there will be USB storage and the option to unmount it
Finally found a USB OTG cable at Best Buy. Samsung branded as a "Host" cable but nobody knew how it works (or even they had it - 'OTG' that is). Tried to convince me I need to swap SD cards to transfer pictures from camera to tablet. Not buying this, I bought the Samsung "Host" adapter cable on the assurance I could return it if it didn't work. It did. ...
I own OnePlus One and after plugging the USB Drive through OTG cable, Use ES File Explorer app, which will save you from the hassle of Permissions. No Need for Root.
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