Originally Posted by HarryT
I don't think it's a matter of OTG having been disabled, but rather that the o/s doesn't have FAT file system support built it. As you say, we'll know one way or the other when people get their hands on a Nexus.
I think the Android internal file structure must be FAT32 for two reasons:
1- If I format a micro sd card as FAT32 on my PC and insert it into any of my tablet Android has no problem using the files.
2- When connected to a PC via the USB, Windows Explorer can create, delete or do anything of the things it can do on its own files.
Time will tell.
I would have bought one like your OTG cable if I had seen it. My other OTG cables look like yours except for the mini/micro usb replacing the Samsung connector.
Regards - John