Written by: Stephen Withers | Published in: MobilityParagon Software's NTFS and HFS+ for Android gives Android devices the ability to read and write storage devices formatted as NTFS or HFS+.
Some suggestions I can think of:Is the ntfs-3g package installed?The udev rules execute the RUN commands as root; so the command for ntfs disk will be:/bin/mount -t ntfs-3g -o rw,relatime,gid=100,dmask=000,fmask=111,utf8 /dev/devicename /media/dirnamewhich should result in 'root:users' owner:group (there is a gid value but no uid)and rwxrwxrwx for directoriesand rw-rw-rw- for filesBut on
I am trying to create a folder on a HD formatted as NTFS. I do a sudo mkdir folder. it tells me the operation is not permitted. I read that I had to install ntfs-3g to write to the hd, so I did, but it still does not work.
No i tryed to get a NTFS HDD to run. So i installed Paragon NTFS ... and i have a external HDD with own power adapter. Furthermore i bought a USB - HUB also a own power adapter. The Paragon app find the harddisk an i can click on mount, but nothing happened even if i try to click on automatic mount or own manual folder choose.
trying to mount my ntfs data partition through thunar i get this error messageError mounting: mount exited with exit code 1: helper failed with:Unprivileged user can not mount NTFS block devices using the external FUSElibrary. Either mount the volume as root, or rebuild NTFS-3G with integratedFUSE support and make it setuid root.
So, I'm on ParanoidAndroid 3.15 (4.1.2) using a Galaxy S3 and have been playing around with it recently. After a bit of toying about and getting all of my apps back from the format. I've discovered that my sdcard doesn't work.
It's got two partitions on it, an NTFS one (29GB) and a FAT32 one (32MB), it's like this so I can download files to the NTFS partition bigger than 4GB.