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27th March 2014, 10:03 AM |#21  
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Another way to free space could be to move apps in external sd.
In Manage Applications for each app i don't find the key to move them.
In my o.s. version does the system already move as default the apps?

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27th March 2014, 09:48 PM |#22  
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Another way to free space could be to move apps in external sd.
In Manage Applications for each app i don't find the key to move them.
In my o.s. version does the system already move as default the apps?

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Have you tried Link2SD app for moving the app to SD ?

I used it long ago on Arc S and it worked well.


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29th March 2014, 08:00 PM |#23  
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I know Link2sd app but actually i think to free no much space moving apps in Extsd.
Further it could be risky for the stability apps when the phone works with apps moved.

However i moved the .thumbnails folder in Dcim of my internal sd to ext sd for caution and - i don't know if that it's the reason - anyway i still have few free space (see pic).
But finally i could update the apps that before i couldn't update cause insufficient memory.



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I know Link2sd app but actually i think to free no much space moving apps in Extsd.
Further it could be risky for the stability apps when the phone works with apps moved.

However i moved the .thumbnails folder in Dcim of my internal sd to ext sd for caution and - i don't know if that it's the reason - anyway i still have few free space (see pic).
But finally i could update the apps that before i couldn't update cause insufficient memory.

Apps with widgets don't work with ext-SD if you use the widget, but most other apps can be moved safely. Maybe you can try to move the navigator app?

Also, the Various section (File vari) is 5gb. You can check that and delete unnecessary data to get more free space.


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2nd April 2014, 07:39 AM |#25  
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Apps with widgets don't work with ext-SD if you use the widget, but most other apps can be moved safely. Maybe you can try to move the navigator app?


I didn't remember that I need to create a second partition to use Link2sd app.
I wonder if i can create now avoiding the sd format.
However i noticed that the navigator app wouldn't free much memory space (see pic).

Why?


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