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Either root your nexus 7 and follow as per the other answers(i.e. use the stick mount application). To root go to this http://m.blog.laptopmag.com/how-to-root-the-nexus-7-2013. Don't do this if you don't know about rooting, you may brick or destroy the tablet for good. Or the safest way buy Nexus Media Importer application from the Google play store.
You need to root your phone for using flash drive. After rooting, use Super SU binaries and stickmount app. Now you can easily use your flash drive. It will be mounted in your root directory
You could check with USB Host Diagnostics - though, you'd need to get a USB OTG adaptor and actually plug something in to check. I'd also add, while many devices may support USB OTG, they may not support plugging in mass storage devices - I have a tablet that I can use a keyboard with, but not USB drives. I do seem to find a lot of references to it not ...
The Galaxy Grand kernel does not support OTG from what I can see. There may be a custom Kernel to support it if you are willing to root etc, the only one I found was for 4.1.2 and abandoned due to huge number of bugs. Rooting will void your manufacturer/carrier warranty and is not for the wary or anyone who can't risk losing all data from their device. ...
Mouse cursor graphics can be located in the framework-res.apk. Specifically, res/drawable-x/pointer_arrow.png inside the APK file where x (suffix of drawable) is pixel density class of your device.
Is your device rooted? If not try rooting and installing USB OTG Helper or Stickmount. These apps work only on rooted devices and help to mount USB devices. However, USB OTG Helper app has a site which has a database of supported device. Even there confusion prevails. A user has commented as: The best way to know is to try is to root and try these apps ...
No it doesn't. Go to gsmarena.com, search for the phone and read the review.
Samsung Galaxy Grand (GT-I9082) Duos 4.2.2 Jelly Bean does not support OTG. I checked.
Unfortunately, root is required to be able to write to flash drives using USB OTG on the Nexus 7. You can only read files without root.
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