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Why do I have less internal storage space after moving Google+ to my SD card?
I'm having a puzzling problem. I was pleased to see that the latest version of Google+ now supports being moved to the SD card. However, I just installed it on my HTC Desire and, having moved it to ...
Sep 22 '11 at 13:10
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