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Let's say that 3 GB of your internal storage is used by the system, leaving you with 5 GB of usable space, and your SD card is empty. Currently, you have 5 GB usable for apps (internal storage) and 21 GB usable for media (both the internal storage and the SD card). Note that the media storage will still be divided between the two storage locations, which ...


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Native Android file manager can delete the folder and all it contents There is no UI showing the progress, but you can check the free space that is getting expanded periodically.


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As pointed out by Can I install an app directly to my SD card? and our app2sd tag-wiki, what you want to achieve isn't possible for multiple reasons: To install the app, Play Store first needs to download it. These downloads usually go to /data/local, which is in internal storage. Not all apps allow to be installed on SD card. This is e.g. not possible for ...


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withoust rooting ur htc 626 its impossible to set sd card as a default location,even the photos clicked are also didnt move into it....all are remains in phone memory , all u can do is to copy paste every thing from phn to sd card time to time or ifu can root ur set then i am sure u will find anything that will make it default drive


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In Android ... Go to settings, Apps and press menu to select options, I think it's even called default storage location !... Some devices dont have the option ... You need a app like Apps2Sd


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Having a similar issue, I read through the comments to your question and ended up doing the following based on a hint suggested by Barleyman: Go to Settings > Storage & USB › Internal Storage, click on "Migrate data" to move your data back to internal In case you do not have enough space left on internal to move everything back (which was my case), ...


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Apps like Link2SD/Apps2SD can be falsely miss interpreted, apps once installed can have extra data moved to the sd card but a main portion of the app like the launcher will need to remain on the internal storage. there for a app cant be 100% on the sd card. you can set apps to auto install on the sd card but they still need a part on the internal. id suggest ...


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From my point of view, the only solution is to root phone and install App2SD ROOT PRO from Play Store. I had similar problem. Do not use Link2SD because it does not work properly with MM.


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From what I have seen, it appears to be a known issue with the phone. I have had two SanDisk 32GB Class 10 MicroSD cards that have both had the same problem. However, I have seen forums that say the Class 6 cards work fine. Forum where I learned about the problem Card I found that will (hopefully) fix the problem I have yet to test the new card, so I don'...


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According to this it was a feature removed in Marshmallow update. Quoting user tommytm75 from the android central forum: There is no solution yet. I have the same issue. After going back and forth with LG, finally someone answered my question. This is the last email I got from LG. Hi Tom, Thank you for contacting LG! We regret any ...


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You can partition through recovery (CWM) when u go to advanced options in cwm recovery the option is present over there.


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Are you rooted? There is no way to edit partitioning directly from the device without root, once you have root privileges, there are several apps which allow for the card to partitioned, such as AParted or Parted4Android. If you have custom recovery, such as TWRP or CWM, some of those builds have SD card partitioning built in. Remember that Android will ...



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