Originally Posted by Brandon202000
I held off buying the Nexus 7 until I learned that you CAN use a USB memory stick with it. e-Cost sold (on one of their hot deal offers) a 64Gbyte stick for about $25.00. There is a great YouTube resource for learning how to do this. The poster's name is "Reverend Kyle"; his videos demonstrate how to root the Nexus 7 and use USB OTC to attach a memory stick.
But why buy a device that you have to hack the firmware of in order to accomplish something that's a standard part of the o/s on virtually every other tablet? It seems ridiculous to me that this should be necessary.