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This release brings:
Support for Android 4.2 (which took quite some time to figure out, even though the solution ended up being rather simple)
A number of minor bugfixes
exFAT support (one-time manual action needed, please see app description on Play)
There's now also a Pro version ( http://pkg.to/eu.chainfire.stickmount.pro ) - as requested and suggested by a fair number of users - which enables these additional features:
Automatically kill apps that are keeping files open and preventing unmounts from succeeding
Trigger the media scanner on (un)mount, making your files available to apps like Gallery and Music
Enjoy, and don't forget to "buy me a beer" (get Pro) !
Big thanks for your work! I will buy your pro version!
I'm in! Great work dude. Keep it up!
Thank you +Chainfire I don't know what the Android community would do without you!
Thanks for the update. Will get the pro version as you deserve a beer for the work you do.
Installed the update, got the pro versions enjoy the beer. All works like a charm, thanks once again
Respect dude. Thanks for all the effort and time you put in to all these amazing apps.
+Ron Peters So far it appears to be a firmware issue, everybody who wants the Nexus 4 to support OTG, please star this bugreport: http://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=40087
Bought it. Enjoy your beer, you deserve it!
Oh and I bought mobile odin for my s3 this morning. Perfect. U have made my pc redundant! And my flash-itus an easier addiction to cope with.
+Guido Varzi did you just by the pro which is just a license file or did you also upgrade the standard free app as well, which you also need to do.
+Guido Varzi when I first updated the app, my flash drive got mounted and all appeared empty as before. I had to unmount then remount using stick mount. Also not sure if you have done so, but assume you have. Rerooted your Nexus 7 since applying the 4.2 update
Thanks for this. Beer bought :)
Thanks, have just bought Pro.
THANKS Bought the pro upgrade in support of your efforts
[NoobQuestion] If I root my Galaxy Nexus, will I still get OS updates if my device is Corp managed? [/NoobQuestion] This sounds AMAZING!
Paid my three bones to show support. I'm a CIFS guy, but OTG is a nice backup away from home.
Thanks for the kick ass job on EVERYTHING you do.
Strange .. Still not working here .. Same issues as before. Says it mounts, gives me the mount point, but the point is empty. :( remounting didn't help nor cycling the cable. The cable is good, I've used it before 4.2.
You beautiful, beautiful man.
+Chainfire Nexus 4 owner here, I stared the issue you mentioned above. http://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=40087
Enjoy your beer!
Just bought the pro version that's cheap taking in count that we now can have nearly unlimited storage.
Thank you for fixing Stickmount! I just bought the pro version, I hope you enjoy a tasty beer my friend!
any hope for a version that worked as well as it did under 4.1 or should I roll back for now?
Tried the free, worked so well that I turned around and went Pro. Thanks for this and several other apps.
4.2.1 is already here
Ha, but what was the solution....
I have a sh script lying around with which I mount an encrypted folder. This no longer works because apps that needs to read this folder cannot access it/sees it as 'empty'.
Would love to duplicate your solution for making the mount 'cross-app-applicable'...
Works well on our Nexus 7, doesn't work on 2 of our Galaxy tablets. GT-P7510>-P6210
...Edited... See 2.10 release.
There was actually another Android update which seems to break Stickmount again. I'm on 4.2.1 and Stickmount was working fine for me with 4.2 after your update. I'll try out that new testing Stickmount and let you know.
Well, nexus 7 user w JB4.2. Found sdcard/USB. But is empty. Stick mount opens by default. With a note it is searching then msg fades away. I assume it connected. Empty USB directory when flash is connected. Flash lights up and all appear connected.