Usb Share - 7 Free [Root]

Usb Share - 7 Free [Root]


ROOTED DEVICE IS MANDATORY!!

7 days full evaluation version.

Share only selected files, music, folders or virtual usb , LUKS encrypted or unencrypted, disks via usb with PC/Radio car/Player ...
Also mount virtual Un/encrypted images in your device.
Usb Sharer uses UMS (Usb Mass Storage) protocol, skipping MTP/PTP.

* Share only selected folders/directories.

* Share only desired files, preventing visibility of undesired files on your SD card.

* Share system files/directories.

To do that, select desired files/folders with your favorite application and use "Usb Sharer" to this job.

* Create virtual USB encrypted or unencrypted disks and share only files inside it, rejecting access to other files in your sdcard.
Also you will encrypt all files and data if your disk is selected as encrypted. By default encryption is AES, and uses LUKS standard.

It is possible share virtual disk as RO (read only) mode (if your device implements such function).

* Save your favorite Ubuntu, Backtrack, or preferred rescue image and boot your PC from it. Instead having one different USB flash drive for each distribution.
To do this, upload image to your device and select to share with Usb Sharer. Or save it in /sdcard/usbSharer/imgs/ directory.

* Mount disk images on your android device. Majority of kernels supports vfat/fat and ext2/ext3/ext4. But if you have custom kernel also could mount other file-systems like iso9660

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In order to test if Usb Sharer works in your device you should follow next steps.

1 - Install Usb Sharer.
2 - Select some files with your favorite application, for example 4 or 5 photos from gallery, and use Usb Sharer to this job.
3 - With Usb cable connected to your PC, press share button, and check if your PC recognises the USB and only selected files are on it.
4 - Unshare this virtual image or disconnect usb cable.
5 - Open Usb Sharer application from applications menu.
6 - Create new virtual usb with desired size and share it.
7 - Check the new image is correctly recognized from your PC.

If does not work for your device please report mail opening Usb Sharer from applications menu and press menu to send mail with full info.

Please consider send mail to devwom at gmail dot com before negative rates. Keep in mind that there are a lot of devices with different configurations.

Recent changes:
Android L support
Samsung kernels and SELinux fix
Sharing status moved to notification bar
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About Usb Share - 7 Free [Root]
ROOTED DEVICE IS MANDATORY!!

7 days full evaluation version.

Share only selected files, music, folders or virtual usb , LUKS encrypted or unencrypted, disks via usb with PC/Radio car/Player ...
Also mount virtual Un/encrypted images in your device.
Usb Sharer uses UMS (Usb Mass Storage) protocol, skipping MTP/PTP.

* Share only selected folders/directories.

* Share only desired files, preventing visibility of undesired files on your SD card.

* Share system files/directories.

To do that, select desired files/folders with your favorite application and use "Usb Sharer" to this job.

* Create virtual USB encrypted or unencrypted disks and share only files inside it, rejecting access to other files in your sdcard.
Also you will encrypt all files and data if your disk is selected as encrypted. By default encryption is AES, and uses LUKS standard.

It is possible share virtual disk as RO (read only) mode (if your device implements such function).

* Save your favorite Ubuntu, Backtrack, or preferred rescue image and boot your PC from it. Instead having one different USB flash drive for each distribution.
To do this, upload image to your device and select to share with Usb Sharer. Or save it in /sdcard/usbSharer/imgs/ directory.

* Mount disk images on your android device. Majority of kernels supports vfat/fat and ext2/ext3/ext4. But if you have custom kernel also could mount other file-systems like iso9660

-
In order to test if Usb Sharer works in your device you should follow next steps.

1 - Install Usb Sharer.
2 - Select some files with your favorite application, for example 4 or 5 photos from gallery, and use Usb Sharer to this job.
3 - With Usb cable connected to your PC, press share button, and check if your PC recognises the USB and only selected files are on it.
4 - Unshare this virtual image or disconnect usb cable.
5 - Open Usb Sharer application from applications menu.
6 - Create new virtual usb with desired size and share it.
7 - Check the new image is correctly recognized from your PC.

If does not work for your device please report mail opening Usb Sharer from applications menu and press menu to send mail with full info.

Please consider send mail to devwom at gmail dot com before negative rates. Keep in mind that there are a lot of devices with different configurations.

Recent changes:
Android L support
Samsung kernels and SELinux fix
Sharing status moved to notification bar

User reviews of Usb Share - 7 Free [Root]
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Feb 10, 2015
1. start : evaulation time expired... ...
A Google User
Jan 27, 2015
doesn't work no complete documentation available. hidden restriction (folder just shareable readonly). after some time playing around mount/unmount no longer possible. in this case shares cannot be deleted. three settings are placed behind a separate button although there is an own config point in the menu. share icons change randomly. no response when contacting the developer...
A Google User
Dec 13, 2014
It work but it stopped I would pay for it, and I know that my seven day trial is over, but now when I open it it just tells me unfortunately USB share has stopped. It doesn't give me the option to pay for it, so I don't know if it will work.
A Google User
Nov 26, 2014
Not working I just installed it on my device (uberoid, 4.1) and it asked for root access, after granting root, it is not going anyway to any page! The screen is black and "app not responding" appears several time after waiting! The only way to close it is: "home button!" Not Good :(
A Google User
Nov 24, 2014
Requires Proprietary File Manager The app requires you to install the developer's own file manager. There is no way to enter in file or folder names manually. Worse that file manager has ads, making you face buying another app. There's no reason for this. It's not that hard to connect a file browser to a button and a text field. That would let you fill in the field manually, or click the button to open the file manager and have it fill in the text field. I've written code like that myself and it's not all that laborious. I'm terribly disappointed.