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Re: Nexus 7 USB-OTG supported but...
Passport drive won't work because you can't "mount" the drive (if you know unix, you understand) at least natively. When you connect ethernet to usb, or a usb keyboard it will be recognized, but usb flash memory, or external sata/ssd drives won't be recognized. But if usb-otg is there, it will only be a matter of time before a developer will come up with an app or system fix that will do this. The issue then will be drivers for the storage device will need to be developed as well I guess. Stock Linux drivers may or may not work.
Originally Posted by giograves
And of course, how to get them loaded on the device. Probably need website downloads for it, initially.
Someone else have thoughts on this?
Anyway, I'd suggest 16GB just because when it comes to storage, more is always better.