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    Unable to save the apps in SD card in my Android mobile

    I want to move all my apps to SD card so when I tried to save it in SD card it just doesnít allow me to do it. What might be the problem for it? Can you tell me how to fix this problem in my Android mobile? What are the steps to follow?

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    nbs nbs is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Unable to save the apps in SD card in my Android mobile

    Hello,

    Some of the apps doesn't allow to be saved in SD card.
    I will suggest you an app App2SD which is reliable and easy to use.
    Using this app you will be able to move your apps to the SD card.

    Thank You

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    Re: Unable to save the apps in SD card in my Android mobile

    Yes,it is possible to move the Apps in SD card.But all the apps can not be moved into SD Card.You can move few apps to SD card.
    Below I have mentioned the steps:-

    From your home screen go to settings.
    Tap the settings,when it open below will see Applications.
    Tap on the Applications,will see Manage Applications.
    Now again tap on Manage Applications,a new page will be opened.
    In that will see those apps which you have installed.
    Tap that APP which you want to Move to SD Card.
    Once tap, a new page will be opened,in that page below will see Move To SD Card.
    Tap that app will be moved to SD card.

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    psdiamond20 psdiamond20 is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Unable to save the apps in SD card in my Android mobile

    Hello Guest,
    Let me tell you that some of the apps are not movable. This includes the pre-installed apps in your phone like Facebook, Settings, Gallery, Google Maps etc. To move the other apps just go to application settings. Tap on "Manage Applications" and find the app which you want to move to sdcard. Next, Tap on it and a screen displaying memory consumption will be displayed. On the right side, somewhere in the middle, you can see an option "Move to Sdcard". If it is white, then it means that the app is movable, but if it is grey then you can't do anything about it. You can also download an app from Playstore to effectively manage the apps and this is "Apps2SD" app. Thank You, hope my solution will be acknowledged! :-)

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    devaezhil devaezhil is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Unable to save the apps in SD card in my Android mobile

    There is a simple solution. Try to download the app 'ApptoSD' from Google Play Store to your mobile. This app will help you to move the apps
    to your SD Card. Whenever you download a new app, you would get the option to move to SD card.
    Hope this helps you to move the apps from Phone to SD Card..

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    vicky091992 vicky091992 is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Unable to save the apps in SD card in my Android mobile

    hello,

    firstly reboot your phone once
    all the apps are not programmed such way that you can move it to sd card.
    try updating the app and then move it to sd card


    or download apptosd from google play. its main feature is that it moves the downloaded app to sd card.

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