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    Dalepl look on your internal sdcard and see if there is a usb1 folder there. If there isnt make one and try the mount again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vgeezy View Post
    Dalepl look on your internal sdcard and see if there is a usb1 folder there. If there isnt make one and try the mount again.
    Will do. Why does this not go under the mnt folder?
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    for some reason the thrive will not let me mount it that way. I spent 2 weeks trying to figure that out. Sometimes it would erase my files when I did get it to mount, and it always said mount failed even though I could see the drive and files. It seemed like even though I had SU rights it still denide me to mount and write to mnt folder. So my final solution was this way.
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    I've got a slightly different problem. I set my mount point on the original program to /mnt/sdcard/storages/usb. I am using the Beta 3 rom from DJ_Steve. I can see the drive fine until I attach my Thrive to my computer. My desktop does not see the existing folders on the drive. I can create and copy files to it, but cannot access any existing folder.

    Any suggestions?

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    Hmmm you say you can create files but cant' access current files let me check mine
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    Ok thats a no go. I can write files to it from my pc/laptop but once I start the mount again I can not access them from the pc/latop.
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    So you have the same problem. Kind of strange. I wrote some files from home the other day. Unmounted, remounted later and could see the files I wrote, but still not see the existing files. Haven't tried it since then. Doesn't make sense.

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    https://market.android.com/details?id=com.funkyfresh.samba&feature=search_res ult


    VGeezy: Go to the link above and download this samba file sharing utility. This will fix your problems. Be sure to mount your drive to a folder on your sdcard. This is important. Mine is mounted on the 3.1 beta to /mnt/sdcard/storages/usb. Setup your Samba fileshare with a username and password and a workgroup name. Enable all these changes and you can then to to the folder and see all your files from your computer. The app is free and you don't have to connect your android to your computer. You will access the drive over the network.

    Very easy it works great and it is fast.

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    googled NTFS for thrive and found this post.....i had to pounce on it. i have the APK in installed, when i mount it always says mount failed....however, when i go to the usb1 folder all my files are there. any ideas?


 
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