All the Samsung Android phone are supported with external memory card. With the help of this feature you can expand the memory of your android mobile phones. Also all the Galaxy S4 ans S3 devices support MTP transfer to transfer files between PC and mobile. But today in this post we let you know ho you can enable the USB Mass Storage on your Samsung Galaxy S4, Galaxy S3 and Note 2. With the helps of USB mass storage you can transfer files between your PC and Your device memory card so quickly and easily. The default MTP feature is slow and not always working as you would expect it to. So we recommended you to use USB Mass Storage on your Samsung Galaxy S4, Galaxy S3 and Note 2.
To enable the USB mass storage mode on your device you have to install the latest Samsung Drivers on your pc, you can download the latest Samsung drivers from here, and also you hvae to install SG USB Mass Storage Enabler on your Samsung Device, The application is free to use but works only on rooted device with BusyBox installed, if you don’t have the rooted device then this application will not works on your Samsung Galaxy S4, Galaxy S3 and Note 2.. You can download the application from the Google play store or you can find the download link of the application at the end of this post.
How to Enable USB Mass Storage on Galaxy S4, Samsung Galaxy S3, Note 2
Once the installation is complete, all you have to run the application on your device. The application works fine on all Galaxy S4 models, Galaxy Note 2 and Galaxy S3 I9300, devices too. Now Connect your Samsung mobile with the computer via USB cable and enable the ‘Mass Storage Mode’ from the application screen. See the screenshot below:-
Now Grant root access for this app when asked for it, without it it can’t work on your device and remember your phone is rooted and Busybox is installed on your device. That’s it, the the Samsung device is connected with your computer and now you can easily transfer files between your Galaxy S4 external SDcard and your computer.
“This will export your microSD card over USB as a mass storage device, this will not work with your internal memory due to hardware and software limitations”