I have a Galaxy Nexus that only provides MTP and PTP USB connectivity. Because of that, I cannot install portable applications since it does not act as a USB device (here is word from a Google engineer as to why this was done).
Is there a way I could create some sort of mountable partition that resides in a file on the Galaxy Nexus and I could then mount that on Windows and install/run portable applications?
I was thinking something similar to how Truecrypt does it's magic. However, I am hoping it doesn't need something installed locally. If it requires me to first run something from the phone and then I could mount the volume, that would be fine too.