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By angrod990, Junior Member on 12th February 2014, 10:24 PM
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Well, I got a 16 GB SD Card, so Im finally rooting my phone and exchaning internal with external SD.
The problem is I got ALOT of games, and I got alot of advance in some of these, so what would happen if I swap internal with external SD?
Like, what do I do to not lose any progress or not having the need to uninstall and then install the games.
 
 
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Originally Posted by angrod990

Well, I got a 16 GB SD Card, so Im finally rooting my phone and exchaning internal with external SD.
The problem is I got ALOT of games, and I got alot of advance in some of these, so what would happen if I swap internal with external SD?
Like, what do I do to not lose any progress or not having the need to uninstall and then install the games.

before swapping sdcards(JB):
-move data and obb folders from from /storage/sdcard0/Android to /storage/sdcard1/Android
-make sure no apps are 'moved to sdcard'
19th February 2014, 09:56 PM |#3  
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Originally Posted by teddytsen

before swapping sdcards(JB):
-move data and obb folders from from /storage/sdcard0/Android to /storage/sdcard1/Android
-make sure no apps are 'moved to sdcard'

or backup your games with titanium backup or super backup (makes sure you use root privileges)
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