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How do you install a large app/game on the SD card?

15th May 2014, 03:22 PM |#1  
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I have the LG L70 running KitKat and this is the closest forum to ask this. So I get 1,5GB free storage space, and while I can move an app to the SD card after install, incl. the main app of Real Racing 3, but when I run it and it tries to download the 1722MB data package, it obviously says not enough space on the device internal storage. Which is true, but I have the darn SD card inside, how do I get the phone to download the data there?
 
 
15th May 2014, 03:53 PM |#2  
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I have the LG L70 running KitKat and this is the closest forum to ask this. So I get 1,5GB free storage space, and while I can move an app to the SD card after install, incl. the main app of Real Racing 3, but when I run it and it tries to download the 1722MB data package, it obviously says not enough space on the device internal storage. Which is true, but I have the darn SD card inside, how do I get the phone to download the data there?

I think that you have choose to download data in sd card in the game or have you selected install in external storage option in settings.

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15th May 2014, 04:28 PM |#3  
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I think that you have choose to download data in sd card in the game or have you selected install in external storage option in settings.

hit thanks if i helped.

I don't see such an option. This could be a KitKat restriction, as I can't move say Type:rider to the SD, although I can move Speedtest for example. A silly thing (from Google) if there is no way, I have all the storage on my SD, but can't use it for large apps?
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15th May 2014, 07:03 PM |#4  
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I don't see such an option. This could be a KitKat restriction, as I can't move say Type:rider to the SD, although I can move Speedtest for example. A silly thing (from Google) if there is no way, I have all the storage on my SD, but can't use it for large apps?

ok. ! try to put the data files in SDcard/Android/data/

and try this site and comment if u have any problem.
I am unable to post link but search on google
" Real Racing 3 APK+Data
(Full Version)NO ROOT andropalace "
and go to 1st result.

I am sure you will get help from there.
just comment your problem.
15th May 2014, 08:23 PM |#5  
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I have the LG L70 running KitKat and this is the closest forum to ask this. So I get 1,5GB free storage space, and while I can move an app to the SD card after install, incl. the main app of Real Racing 3, but when I run it and it tries to download the 1722MB data package, it obviously says not enough space on the device internal storage. Which is true, but I have the darn SD card inside, how do I get the phone to download the data there?

You need root access. First root ur device and install the "foldermount" app. Its an app that binds your obb or android data folder to your external sd. That's the only reason I'm rooted. The application won't ever brick your device. It free on playstore (u can purchase the premium version to support the developer and get extra features)
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11th June 2014, 10:29 AM |#6  
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I have the LG L70 running KitKat and this is the closest forum to ask this. So I get 1,5GB free storage space, and while I can move an app to the SD card after install, incl. the main app of Real Racing 3, but when I run it and it tries to download the 1722MB data package, it obviously says not enough space on the device internal storage. Which is true, but I have the darn SD card inside, how do I get the phone to download the data there?

you were right
today I found this app, this might help -
http://forum.xda-developers.com/xpos...orage-t2693521
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15th June 2014, 06:17 PM |#7  
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I've been using this for games. Works with most. GL to SD (PlayStore)
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26th June 2014, 11:00 AM |#8  
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Hello!

I have D605 L9 II with stock KitKat. I rooted it and tried to use foldermount app. It moved the obb file from internal memory to SD well, but once i click on the pin, it won't turn to green. I don't know what is the problem... Please help me if you can. THX
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I've been using this for games. Works with most.

thanks.that is worked for my lg l70. i tried everything that i found on net but only this app worked correctly
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