How To Mount USB External Harddisk(s) To Your Xoom
Want to be able to mount multiple harddisks to your Xoom? XDA forum member hawk2k8 has written a guide on how to do this with support for NTFS partitions, thanks to another guide found on the web.
You’ll need one microUSB male to USB-A female OTG cable, one powered USB hub with USB-A male connector and of course your USB external harddisk and Xoom.
Your Xoom must be rooted and USB hosting mode must be enabled via a hack (instructions provided) and you’ll also need a script tool such as GScript Lite, which is available for free on the Market and the NTFS supporting files (also provided).
For detailed instructions, and to download the necessary files, head on over to the modification thread.
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