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Moving apps to SD

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By BLiapis, Senior Member on 6th May 2014, 08:54 AM
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Anyone actually able to move programs to the ext SD card? Ive tried the App2SDIII program but although i get listed apps that support moving, when i click on them and i get into the menu context, there is no moving option at all.

On the other hand it works great on my Xperia L rooted, running on 4.2
 
 
6th May 2014, 08:59 AM |#2  
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Anyone actually able to move programs to the ext SD card? Ive tried the App2SDIII program but although i get listed apps that support moving, when i click on them and i get into the menu context, there is no moving option at all.

On the other hand it works great on my Xperia L rooted, running on 4.2

With FolderMount it works on rootet Z1 with 4.4.2.
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I can confirm that, the only way at the moment is Folder Mount.
6th May 2014, 11:18 PM |#4  
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Thanks guys but not sure how it works. Could you gimme any tips?
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Thanks guys but not sure how it works. Could you gimme any tips?

It move data, obb or custom folders to SD and link them to internal storage to let the system read/write from it. Simply.
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Thanks guys but not sure how it works. Could you gimme any tips?

On PlayStore is a video from this app how it works. Read and follow instructions
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