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Default Moving apps to SD?

Anyone know of a way to move apps to sd on this device? I tried looking on my laptop and can't find the folder where the apps are located on the tablet.

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Did you try any apps2sd apps on playstore?

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Not possible with stock roms, may be we get this option in kitkat update

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Default Not possible

@abart83 is right this is currently not possible on stock rom. The feature doesn't exist as
It does on other devices stock. Your only option for now is to root then partition your
SD-Card then use Link2sd to link the app to sd.
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