2)If you are installing Android SDK on Windows machine, you also need to install USB driver.
3)Connect the phone using USB cable and do not enable USB storage mode.
Go to Settings -> Applications -> Development and enable USB debugging.
Make sure you also check install from unknown sources option.
4)Start terminal window on your computer (on Windows: click Start, type “cmd” and press Enter).
5)In the terminal window, navigate to this folder : C:\Program Files (x86)\Android\android-sdk\platform-tools by default.
Check C:\Program Files\Android\android-sdk\platform-tools if you’re using a 32-bit version of Windows.
6)Run the adb devices command and you should see your connected Android device.Enter : adb devices
7)Enter : adb shell pm set-install-location 2
(If this command doesn’t work try using the “old” command: pm setInstallLocation 2)
8)If you want to revert this change later and install apps to the internal storage by default, run this command: adb shell pm set-install-location 0
( 0 represents your device’s internal storage, and is the default. 2 represents the external storage, whether it’s an SD card or USB storage. )
9)If the process is sucessfully completed,you will get a new prompt in the cmd window.Reboot and start moving the apps.
A Warning:Some apps shouldn’t be installed to your SD card and should remain installed on the internal storage. The external storage is unavailable when your Android device is mounted on your computer, so apps that remain running all the time should be left on your internal storage.
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Video Link to the tutorial : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vjfk9...ature=youtu.be