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[TIP] Force all apps to SD on FROYO

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By Henchman, Senior Member on 22nd May 2010, 09:01 PM
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22nd May 2010, 09:45 PM |#11  
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Works great for me on my non-rooted N1. I can only move non protected apps but that's fine with me!
 
 
22nd May 2010, 09:46 PM |#12  
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Works great for me on my non-rooted N1. I can only move non protected apps but that's fine with me!

Once you run the command, all apps, including protected ones, will be installed in the SD card.
22nd May 2010, 10:03 PM |#13  
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Once you run the command, all apps, including protected ones, will be installed in the SD card.

Only my non protected apps have moved from my internal memory (which is good enough for me really).
22nd May 2010, 10:28 PM |#14  
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Re: Force all apps to SD on FROYO
How were you able move them? The option to do that is grayed out for all applications on my phone. I heard developers have to give permission to move their applications to the SD card first.

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22nd May 2010, 10:40 PM |#15  
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I was also only able to move my non-protected apps
22nd May 2010, 10:55 PM |#16  
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So to clarify this, after executing the command all non protected apps will be moved to sd, or do we choose which ones to move from the applications menu. Are we able to move apps back to the phone for speed?
Can we reverse the command?

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22nd May 2010, 11:03 PM |#17  
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I was also only able to move my non-protected apps

With the abd command? Or on stock Froyo?
22nd May 2010, 11:04 PM |#18  
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Where are the apps being installed in the SD card ?, I see that my internal memory is going down and the apps are installed in the SD card based on what the system says, thanks
22nd May 2010, 11:18 PM |#19  
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That brings up an interesting question.........

If this update is for non-rooted phones, how/why should we be concerned if it is partitioned correctly?

Shouldn't it be done with the update.......

FAT32 doesn't support the required permission flags for root apps.

Apps need to be rewritten to support installation to SD under FroYo as it's not just using symlinks as with A2SD.
22nd May 2010, 11:27 PM |#20  
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After initiating the command on the original post you have to click each app and move to sdcard.

A shortcut to reinstall all apps at once can be done in ADB

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cd /data/app
for app in *.apk; do pm install -r $app; done
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I used this for unofficial apps2sd so after switching to froyo using the command should also do the same
22nd May 2010, 11:29 PM |#21  
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Where are the apps being installed in the SD card ?, I see that my internal memory is going down and the apps are installed in the SD card based on what the system says, thanks

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