When using my active I noticed that when I moved my game Need For Speed Underground to my SD card it moved it to sdcard witch is the internal storage and not my extSdCard. It says its on my external sdcard but it is not. It is taking up 2 gigs of my system. I have root and am moving it to my extsdcard and I hope it still works... I will keep you posted
When using my active I noticed that when I moved my game Need For Speed Underground to my SD card it moved it to sdcard witch is the internal storage and not my extSdCard. It says its on my external sdcard but it is not.
yes, this is a known issue. If you have root just use the app foldermount it will mount the storage to the sdcard
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Yep, known issue. The Active currently does not properly move any app to the external SD card. Like Mr. Joshua (get the reference?) mentioned, foldermount is the way to go in the meantime. I use it, and it works great. Was able to free up many gee-bees with it.
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