Nexus USB OTG File Manager

Nexus USB OTG File Manager


Nexus USB OTG File Manager allows you to open and copy files from any USB mass storage device with a FAT32 or NTFS filesystem using the USB OTB port of your device, tablet or phone.

With a FAT32 filesystem, you can copy files to any USB mass storage device and manage your files on it (edit filenames, add directories, delete files) too.
You can also manage your files in the internal memory of your device.

This application has been designed for Nexus products which have an USB "OnTheGo" port, as the Nexus 7 2013 and the brand new Nexus 5. But it could work on any device with an USB OTG port Under Androïd 4.0 or later, including the last Androïd 4.4 KitKat.

Root privileges are NOT necessary!

For now, FAT32 filesystem is supported for data read and write, and NTFS filesystem is only supported for data read. You can use USB sticks or SD card readers with any compatible USB OTG cable.




*** FEATURES ***


Nexus USB OTG File Manager allows you to open your files directly from your USB device! You just need to have an app that can handle it. For audio and video, I advise you to use VLC.
The new Network Access authorization is only here for local use to be able to open the files. The app NEVER send or receive data to/from Internet.


Nexus USB OTG File Manager supports devices with multiple logical units (like a GPS with an internal memory and an additionnal SD card) and allows you to choose which logical unit you want to read.


Nexus USB OTG File Manager now includes an "Advanced Mode" which allows you to access to all the files of your device. You can now create files and directories outside of the official Androïd public directories. This is for advanced users only!


Before buying this application, please try the free trial version named Nexus USB OTG FileManagerTrial to be sure that this application is working with your USB devices.

This is not an official Google application. Nexus brand is the property of Google.

Recent changes:
v1.22: The advanced mode is now saved. Some bug fixes.

v1.211: Bug fix

v1.21: The back button is now used to go back into the folder hierarchy

v1.2: Important bug fixes improving stability and compatibility

v1.11: Bug fixes

v1.10: Adding the support of USB devices with multiple logical units (like a GPS with an internal memory and an additionnal SD card) and bug fixes

v1.09: Adding a progress bar for the copy and some bug fixes
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About Nexus USB OTG File Manager
Nexus USB OTG File Manager allows you to open and copy files from any USB mass storage device with a FAT32 or NTFS filesystem using the USB OTB port of your device, tablet or phone.

With a FAT32 filesystem, you can copy files to any USB mass storage device and manage your files on it (edit filenames, add directories, delete files) too.
You can also manage your files in the internal memory of your device.

This application has been designed for Nexus products which have an USB "OnTheGo" port, as the Nexus 7 2013 and the brand new Nexus 5. But it could work on any device with an USB OTG port Under Androïd 4.0 or later, including the last Androïd 4.4 KitKat.

Root privileges are NOT necessary!

For now, FAT32 filesystem is supported for data read and write, and NTFS filesystem is only supported for data read. You can use USB sticks or SD card readers with any compatible USB OTG cable.




*** FEATURES ***


Nexus USB OTG File Manager allows you to open your files directly from your USB device! You just need to have an app that can handle it. For audio and video, I advise you to use VLC.
The new Network Access authorization is only here for local use to be able to open the files. The app NEVER send or receive data to/from Internet.


Nexus USB OTG File Manager supports devices with multiple logical units (like a GPS with an internal memory and an additionnal SD card) and allows you to choose which logical unit you want to read.


Nexus USB OTG File Manager now includes an "Advanced Mode" which allows you to access to all the files of your device. You can now create files and directories outside of the official Androïd public directories. This is for advanced users only!


Before buying this application, please try the free trial version named Nexus USB OTG FileManagerTrial to be sure that this application is working with your USB devices.

This is not an official Google application. Nexus brand is the property of Google.

Recent changes:
v1.22: The advanced mode is now saved. Some bug fixes.

v1.211: Bug fix

v1.21: The back button is now used to go back into the folder hierarchy

v1.2: Important bug fixes improving stability and compatibility

v1.11: Bug fixes

v1.10: Adding the support of USB devices with multiple logical units (like a GPS with an internal memory and an additionnal SD card) and bug fixes

v1.09: Adding a progress bar for the copy and some bug fixes

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A Google User
Jul 20, 2014
Great app. Love that it just works Please implement a share button and material design.
A Google User
Jul 11, 2014
Great app
A Google User
Jul 11, 2014
No copying Files play fine but copy of data will not work at all
A Google User
Jul 10, 2014
there many things disappointed cannot really read or copy file from ntfs. copy file on fat32 is very slow. i need my money back.
A Google User
Jul 7, 2014
Doesn't open video files on OTG pendrives I'm using a nexus 5. Whereas the file transfer works fine but the application doesn't let you play videos on the OTG pendrive. When I copied the same file in the internal phone memory, it plays just fine. If this can't be fixed, I demand a refund.