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Easy UMS, USB Mass Storage and Media Transfer Protocol – XDA Developer TV
Not too long ago, an article was posted to the XDA Portal lamenting the loss of USB Mass Storage on Ice Cream Sandwich. While Media Transfer Protocol has its pros and cons, many still prefer to use UMS.
Newcomer to XDA Developer TV, Erica (the Technology Nerd Who Likes to Film Stuff) talks about this in great detail. Explaining why you would want to use one or the other. She then talks about Easy UMS by XDA Forum Member Kopfgeldjaeger, which allows you to easily switch between the two on your International Samsung Galaxy S III. Take a moment and check out this video!
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