Automatically Mount and Dismount USB Stick On Your Galaxy Nexus or Any Other Android device Using “StickMount App”
Due to some problems, Galaxy Nexus Build doesn’t automatically mount mass storage devices like USB sticks, might be in near future Google will fix this bug, however you no need to wait until Google release a fix, a best solution is available “StickMount”, this app fix this issue on your Galaxy Nexus. StickMount allows you to automatically mount and dismount USB sticks on Galaxy Nexus, it also can be installed on some other Android devices.
It’s much easy to use and fast. Just download and install on your Galaxy Nexus, plug a USB stick with the USB host / OTG cable, your phone will show a popup, it’s by default. When you just installed this app and already plugged USB stick, you’ll need to manually open this app. Mass storage devices are mounted to /sdcard/usbStorage/xxxx/ .
Some users reported that StickMount doesn’t open to work, actually they may have problem in device or cable. If you use USB stick and connect it to your Galaxy Nexus using your OTG cable, it should be open, however if not, either cable or phone is faulty. 99 out of 100 times it is going to be your cable. Some cables work on different devices but not on Galaxy Nexus like Xoom OTG cable. When you unmount USB device and SD card unmounts too, you have bugs in kernel.
To install this app your device must be rooted, it requires Galaxy Nexus running ICL53F firmware or newer only. You can also install on other device running Honeycomb 3.1 or above and Ice Cream Sandwich or above such as Motorola Xoom, however this app is specially designed for Galaxy Nexus, you can download this app for free from below link:
StickMount [Google Play Download Link]