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Some phones (e.g. SGS2) divide their internal storage in two parts. One is used for core system files and applications, while the the other for user files (pictures etc.). On sgs2 the first is called internal and the second USB memory.


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It does not work this way. The native app2sd of Android does never move the entire app to the card – parts of it always remain in internal-storage, as do the apps data. There are advanced versions of the "App2SD principle" like link2sd, where you can move the entire app including its data to the card (those will require root). But still, it wouldn't work to ...


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That's because not all app data has been moved to sd card. If you look at App info(Settings->Apps->App that you moved to sd card) with your sd card in your first phone you will see that not all storage of an app has been transfered to sd card app. For example I have Firefox on my sd card but Storage shows how much MB does it take on phone or sd card: Total: ...


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As you neither write what devices were involved, nor how you proceeded to "move the card", I can give just some generic information – though I think you're already aware of those facts: Never simply "pick the card out" of the device (be it the phone, tablet, or computer). First you need to tell the system to close all files it might have opened from there: ...


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you already know that apps are installed on SD Cards so it's normal not to work when SD card is removed because app files will be missing. you can avoid this by installing your apps on internal memory


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do u still have this problem.? Did you get solution for this.? If yes, just share how you solved it. If no, then this following FAQ page 21th question will help you to find the solution. They have said try to update your Link2SD app. That will solve your problem. http://www.link2sd.info/faq


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No. The way android is set up, you have to install directly to internal. It's a part of the very core of the OS.


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The answer is NO. You'll need to re-partition your SD to make your internal memory bigger.


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This happened to me sometimes when I uninstall any apk, and try to reinstall it. I use to search for some residual files of the prior apk, and android said you that you don't have space but actually is that it can't install the apk, it can't overwrite the residual files. Maybe this is your case. It always fix this situation for me.


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There's an app called SDFix on the Play store, but you will need root to run this. Running that should let you write to external SD cards again. Link:


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I used this workaround to edit tags from my external SD card on my rooted LG G3 (LG-D851). Audio player is PowerAmp. Download and install Xposed installer from the Google Playstore: Instructions: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nj_fgrpgDRU (GadgetHacks) In Xposed Installer click on "Download." (you may have to hit refresh symbol to load modules). Click on ...


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That could e.g. be done using tasker: Condition: Event → Hardware → Card Mounted (resp. "Card Removed" / "Card Unmounted") Task: File → Write File (specify file name, text, check "append") You will need a separate profile for each action (mount/eject) with the respective condition, but of course you can write to the same file (or use a separate one if ...


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I was surprised when I recognized, that the 4 Gbyte storage of my Android 4.2 device is partitioned such stupid way (1 G for system, 1 G for internal storage and 2 G for "internal SD card"), it makes the whole device unexpandable. I assume, you have the same problem. I'm not an Android Guru, so I did just a little trick: I've swapped SD cards in the ...


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I solved the problem myself without removing anything. Step-by-step info is written below: Remove your sim card Boot into recovery Clear your cache Click on that beautiful 'Fix Permission' button Turn on your phone If everything works fine 'Continue' (otherwise repeat steps 1-5 again) Turn Off your phone Put the sim card back Enjoy your phone *Update: ...



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