But developers have found a workaround for the Galaxy S3, which also works on the Galaxy Note 2, but not so well. You will only be able to use the external SD card in USB mass storage and you also require root access. Once you make sure to have an external microSD card and root access, you will have to download a free app from Google Play.
So here’s exactly what you have to do in order to enable the USB mass storage:Root your Galaxy Note 2 with Odin. We have two guides for you. Check out this one if you want to also install CWM ( ClockWorkMod recovery ) or this one if you only need root access.
Download SGS3 Easy UMS here. Then you will have to launch the app, grant it root access when you’re asked for it, and choose the way you want to mount your device on the PC. It’s very easy and you will only have to tap one button to switch from one mode to another.
Currently this only works with the international Galaxy Note 2 N7100 and the i317 AT&T version, so it’s not recommended to try it on another version. Though if you do, please let us know if it works or not, so we can update this article for other users.
Also if you have any questions or problems, let us know in the comments section and we will do our best to help you.
Note: If this tutorial worked for you (and it should work), please leave a comment below. Thanks.