Glad to help as I just did this last weekend. There are threads here, but the Example for Dummies:
Get Odin and put that on your Laptop (3 minutes)
Get CF-AutoRoot and put Zip on your Laptop (3 minutes)
Load CF-AutoRoot into Odin, connect phone, click start in Oden, wait until complete (3-5 minutes)
Reboot, look at apps, you should see SuperSU, You have Root!!!
Next, get TriangleAway from Google Play (its here for free)
Then get FolderMount (free, but get paid for $1.99 for unlimited moves)
TriangleAway, this resets your phone status from "Modified" to "Normal" If your phone status is "Modified", OTA updates get messed up. In , settings, have this start on boot! (I will explain in a minute)
FolderMount open that on phone. Go to apps, it will show you all apps and their size. Press and hold. give link a name (usually the app name), destination (on the card, leave the default, normally same as source) Do this for all large programs/apps! You are limited to 3 links on the free version. Paid has unlimited! NOTE: Do not mess with device while data is moving. Let it run. Then on main screen, click pin on right, if it turns green. all done!
Next (and do not ask why, I'm not that technical) from the main screen, click the + to add a link. Manually link the DATA and FILE folder. This appears to contain most of the crap that fills up internal storage. NOTE: Do not mess with device while data is moving. Let it run. Then on main screen, click pin on right, if it turns green. all done. (These 2 will take some time to move)
Now, In settings in FolderMount: (1) click to have it launch on boot. (2) set delay for 2 minutes!! This is because, FolderMount "tricks" the system by creating links in internal storage to actual data on storage card. TriangleAway, upon boot. dismounts BOTH cards and removes SuperSU so phone boots as "Normal" first, Then when up, mounts cards and gives you back root.this can take a minute. FolderMount, upon boot, is attempting to assign these links to cards, which are not mounted yet, hence the 2 minute delay!!
I currently have 27GB on my external 64GB card, and using 4.3GB internal. Problem solved. Here are some links :to help you. Thank them!
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