With the help of Nexus Media Importer, you can stream and transfer music, videos, photos and documents from your Nexus 5, Nexus 7 (G1 and G2), Nexus 10, Moto X, Galaxy Nexus, zoom connected USB flash drive or card reader. Or other connected Android 4.0+ devices with USB host support. In the technical notes, you will find a list of supported file types and file systems.
If you have a Nexus 7 2013 or a Nexus 10, make sure you upgrade to Android 4.4+ to avoid problems.
The following hardware is required:
1. An Android 4.0+ device. Well, known compatible devices are Google Nexus 5, Nexus 7 (G1 and G2), Nexus 10, Moto X, Galaxy Nexus and Motorola Zoom. If you don't have one of these devices, try "Nexus Photo Viewer" first. Nexus 4 is not supported due to hardware limitations.
2. The cost of a USB OTG cable (for travel) is between 1 and 10D, see screenshot for example.
3. USB flash drive or USB card reader with the flash memory card inserted, see screenshot for example. If you are trying to connect an external hard drive or another device, please read the FAQ on our website.
Important: To use NMI offline, you must activate the license by opening the opening line after installation.
- If you are using a card reader, insert the flash memory card into the reader first.
- Turn your USB device into an OTG cable.
- Remove the OTG cable for a Nexus or other device.
- The application should start automatically.
- Photos can be browsed by selecting from the list and swiping back and forth.
- The video can be streamed with the play icon.
- Extended tabs can be used to manage and transfer files.
- Use the connect screen to determine the device and target device that will be displayed for the copy/move operation.
- If you have any problems, please visit the developer's website or contact us by clicking "Email Developer".
- Most USB mass storage devices are currently supported. Due to the incredible number of USB devices available, this is not 100%. If you contact us, we will be able to support your device in future versions. If in doubt, try "Nexus Photo Viewer" first.
Nothing original! Rooting your device will void your warranty.
- USB drive/flash memory card must be formatted as FAT16, FAT32 or NTFS (XFAT or XTN not supported). FAT and NTFS are the most common formats for flashcards and USB drives.
- Read-only for NTFS.
- Hard disk. It is recommended to use an external power supply when connecting the hard drive to the tablet. For more information, see the troubleshooting guide on my website. Do not connect a non-powered hard drive to the phone!
- It's a media streamer. By default, media types supported by Android do not require third-party software. There are many great free and paid apps. Game On the market. For example: "BS Player", "MX Player" and "Dice Player"
- Built-in music player only plays formats that are supported by Android. WMA files are not supported but can be copied locally for use with another player.
How to install
Before installing USB Media Explorer 10.3.2, you need to make sure that third-party applications can be installed on your phone.
- Open your device's settings.
- In the "Personal" section, tap "Security."
- Slide "On" from "Unk on non-source".
- Tap OK to confirm your changes.
After allowing unknown sources, you can install the USB Media Explorer APK file.
- Open your "File Manager" or "File Explorer".
- Open the directory where you saved the downloaded APK file. (Usually in the "Downloads" folder)
- Tap the com.homeysoft.nexususb.importer.APK file.
- Tap "Install".
We have never changed this file. We do not offer unlimited gold patches or other modifications that we share. To prevent piracy, we have never shared paid apps. All applications here are independent, legal and original (without modification).
An overview of the permissions can be found in the FAQ on the developers' website.
The software was not created by Google, which owns the Nexus brand.