Installing and moving Android apps to an SD card can be useful when your device is running low on storage space. Here’s how to do it:
- Insert your SD card into your Android device.
- Go to “Settings” on your device and select “Apps” or “App Manager”, depending on your device.
- Find the app you want to move to the SD card and tap on it.
- If the app is currently on the SD card, you will see a button that says “Move to phone”. If the app is currently on the phone, you will see a button that says “Move to SD card”. Tap on the appropriate button.
- Wait for the app to be moved. This may take a few moments, depending on the size of the app.
Note: Not all apps can be moved to the SD card. Some apps are designed to only work when installed on the phone’s internal storage.
If you want to set the default install location to the SD card for future apps, follow these steps:
- Go to “Settings” on your device and select “Storage”.
- Scroll down and select “Preferred install location”.
- Select “SD card”.
- Now, when you download new apps, they will be automatically installed on the SD card if possible.
Note: This setting may not be available on all devices. If it’s not available on your device, you can use a third-party app such as AppMgr III to move apps to the SD card manually.