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Anyone know what might be the solution.Moved to CM11 nightly from a stock rom.Recovery is CWM.No idea why it cannot let me move any app to the SD card

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I have this same problem. Can't move apps to SD card.
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I'm using most recent Pac-man rom 4.4.4. SD card is 32Gb.
 
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Currently, Android only supports the primary external storage for native App2SD function.
If the primary external storage is emulated from the internal phone storage (like in S3, Note 1&2 etc.) or does not exists at all, moving app to SD function will not be supported by Android system. It's the limitation of device (rom & hardware).
You can link the app in order to move its files to your SD card.
Phone - Samsung Galaxy S3 LTE (i9305)
ROM - Communityrom V1.1 (S5 Themed)
Kernel - AGNI PURESTOCK 4.4.2
Recovery - Philz touch

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Its not even letting me link the files.

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I don't think App2SD supports i9305. I have this problem before but decides not to use it.

Or maybe you can use Liquid Smooth Rom. They do have the function to move apps to SD.
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