Can someone who has the JB OTA answer a question?

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  1. GeneralZod

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    When you connect to a PC, is "Mass Storage" mode still an option? Or is limited now to only MTP and PTP?

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    On the Maxx HD we lost that option. But, if you go onto developer settings and enable USB debugging and then plug your phone into the PC it'll read it like an external hard drive. On mine it immediately pops up as Droid RAZR HD.
     
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    On the Droid RAZR MAXX, at least mine, I am on the new OTA Jelly Bean release, 98.72.16, and it has Mass Storage mode. I am connected to the PC now and I see a Drive Mot M: and a Mot N: (I have quite a number of drives), but the Mot M: drive is the phone's internal SD card and Mot N: is the External (removable) MicroSD card. MTP and PTP are also selections in the menu from the Status Bar drop-down.
     
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    Thank you for the reply. My wife had the Maxx HD as well. And although it shows in Windows Explorer, it does not show up with drive letters. Consequently, the function is limiting.

    Perfect. Thank you.
     
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