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Thread: What does it take to be able to host ISOs with either DriveDroid or Arsenal?

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    What does it take to be able to host ISOs with either DriveDroid or Arsenal?

    I?ve tried on several different phones now, a OnePlus One, a OnePlus 7 Pro, a Nexus 6P, (and possibly one other which I can?t recall right now?). The OPO and Nexus are running the latest supported LineageOS. The OnePlus 7 Pro had the latest stock Android 10 (I no longer have that phone). They all could host USB flash drive images, but that is only useful sometimes. I have to grab a computer and convert an existing ISO into a flash drive image. This is somewhat time consuming. Sometimes I don?t bring a laptop with me, and I just want to download the latest version of XYZ bootable ISO, and host it from Drive Droid without spending a bunch of time converting it. Drive droid seems to think that the kernels for the respective phones don?t support USB CDROM. I?m starting to wonder the same thing.

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    Is the answer obvious, and I’m missing the boat, or is everyone as much in the dark as I? Or perhaps I’m the only one wanting this feature? little help here? So far, that’s what I’ve received - very little help here!

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