After long search finally we found the way how to get fully support NTFS Read/Write on Android devices. The how to comes from xda forum member who spend his time to research and post findings to allow you to have full read/write support of NTFS.
A long time a go we already post how to read NTFS file system on Android tablet by installing the Android application apk on your Android tablet but it just read the NTFS file system. And now with new method you have fully access including writing to the NTFS file system including support NTFS formatted partitions of USB-OTG mounted drive and in microSD.
Nowadays only a few Android devices have full support to NTFS file system because it is not enabled by default in most kernels. Also we are not sure which custom kernels apply NTFS support read/write in it. But the nightmare is over because now with USB-OTG support in some high end devices the feature of full support NTFS read/write more useful. You can share the same USB external drive between your Windows PC and Android devices even though the NTFS file system inside.
But please notice if fully supports NTFS Read/Write on Android, at the moment only work on all ARM devices with a fuse.ko module. We have no news for others processors such as MIPS, nVidia Tegra, and Intel. But we hope that the full NTFS Read/Write support for Android also applicable on others Android’s processors since the kernel source is available for most devices. If you have capability to insmod-ed the driver into even stock kernels to give the required Fuse supports.
What are the requirements to get full NTFS read/write support for Android?, beside the fuse.ko module which needed to compile to the ROM kernel sources, you need also the latest ntfs-3g binary where it has been time tested on Linux PCs and of course ARM powered rooted Android device. Just ensure you have ARM inside your devices but if you have non-ARM architecture devices, you must have correct cross-compiler to ensure it works.
This is good news for us who love Android but still stuck in NTFS file system, now you have the way to get full support to your microSD and/or USB external drive through USB-OTG. You can get all file requirements through original page on xda’s download link also perhaps you will get the latest update how to get fully support NTFS read/write on Android devices.