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NTFS is a proprietary file system by Microsoft. In order for an Android system to read it, it requires an NTFS driver. I believe that a version of NTFS-3G has been compiled for Android, but I doubt it comes on OUYA out of box.
Originally Posted by Daddygamer
FAT will work on pretty much anything though. It has the benefit of being cross platform compatible (without any special drivers), but its downside is the 4GB file size limitation.
I'm guessing that it will also read EXT drives natively (since Android is Linux based), but I've never tried it myself.