Hi, I'm looking forward to buy a Nexus 7, but the 16 GB capacity kinda bugs me. I know there is way to plug in some USB accessories, via OTG, but I was wondering if there was something to do with my iPod touch 64 GB that is laying there, empty.
1) Is it possible to turn the iPod touch into some sort of Kingston Wi-Drive? 2) If no, is there some way to connect the iPod touch to the Nexus 7, and use its memory?
Thanks. All suggestions are welcome.
Answer by Fish · Jul 31, 2012 at 02:16 PM
That is just not possible. You are better off selling the iPod Touch and using that money to buy compatible external storage for the Nexus 7.
Answer by further_sky · Aug 11, 2012 at 02:23 AM
I've found a way to do it via the OTG cable. First, your Nexus must be rooted. Download the Stick Mount app. The app is needed to mount mass storage devices to the Nexus. Then download a USB Drive app to convert your iPod into a mass storage device / flash drive. Finally connect your iPod to your Nexus using the OTG cable
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