Most of the time, we suffer from device memory shortages due to the bulky apps that consume most of data space on your phone. Most android phones come with preloaded software, and after adding your own apps, photos, downloading movies and your own music collection on the device will risk running out space. Learn how to install apps on SD card.
So now just move your apps to SD card and save the phone memory with the help of application manager present on your mobile. Now if you have a good memory storage card, then move the apps to external SD card easily.
Here’s how to move apps to the MicroSD card using Android’s application manager.
However, some, but not all, Android devices offer a button in the application manager that can move portions of an installed app to the microSD card. Unfortunately,
Move Apps to External SD Card Using Application Manager
Step 1: Firstly, click on setting on your device. You can see settings icon at the top right corner after drawing function list. You can see it in the figure as below.
Step 2: After choosing the settings, click on the Application manager, option to proceed further. On some phones, you will find the option as Apps or Application.
Step 3: Now click on the downloaded option, to move downloaded apps to SD card. After clicking on ‘Downloaded’, just click on the app that you want to move.
Step 4: After clicking on desirable app, tap the ‘Move to SD Card Button’ and you are done. In case if you are not able to find the ‘Move to SD Card Button’ then your device does not support this feature. Most preloaded apps cannot be moved to an SD card.
This was all about the moving apps from the device to the MicroSD card. In the same way you can move the apps from the Micro SD card to the phone device. If you have any query regarding the post or you find it useful for you, then you can mention it in the comments.