Various applications are offered to the users of gadgets in their supporting activities. Although it has its own function, but sometimes the application precisely makes the internal memory of the smartphone become full. Full internal memory can then cause smartphone storage capacity to be narrow, slow, and uncomfortable when used.
Fortunately, now many Android phones come with an external memory card slot or Secure Digital Card (SD Card), and many SD Card options are available at an affordable price. To save storage space, a large-capacity application that you can directly move it to the SD card.
But keep in mind, not all apps can be moved to microSD. Why? Because, there are some Android phones that do not allow you to move certain applications to SD Card.
The difference can or does an application be moved to SD Card. Credit: Mastel.
Whether the application can be transferred or not to microSD depending on the app maker and phone maker.
If you want to know what applications can be moved to SD Card, you can use an application called AppMgr III.
How to move apps from internal memory to SD card
To move an app from internal memory to SD card, you can choose the settings or Settings menu, then the Applications menu, and tap Storage. After that, you’ll see a “Change ” button next to the memory usage (storage used).
1. Go to settings on your smartphone.
2. Select Application Management.
3. Select the app you want to move.
4. Click the storage option.
5. Click Change option, then select Move to SD card (Transcend SD Card).
6. Click Move
Automatically, the selected application will then move to the SD card.
If you want to flip the process, repeat again the step you just followed. The only different step is that you have to choose “internal storage” instead of the SD Card option.