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The answer is here already, but I am adding my 2 cents worth. I am using the Galaxy Tab S 10.5 and for me "file://localhost/sdcard" works in the Chrome browser on Android that comes with this device. I thought that sdcard would refer to an external media device that you can plug in, but it turns out that the sdcard in this URI refers to the built-in memory ...


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I just put a 256gb micro sd in mine today, it works so far. But it has to be a micro sd not the one you have a link to. I've been trying to look up what the galaxy 4 can support, to see if I'll have problems as I fill it up. Haven't found anything yet.


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It could be ".android_secure"folder. Is it where apps were "moved to SD card"? It's Wierd because some apps don't find this folder, I only figures it out using root apps.


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There are some factors that may affect this: An app must explicitly declare that it's preferable/possible to be installed on SD card. Beginning with API Level 8, you can allow your application to be installed on the external storage (for example, the device's SD card). This is an optional feature you can declare for your application with the ...


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From WhatsApp FAQ for Android, How do I move WhatsApp to the microSD card? Moving WhatsApp to your memory card (microSD card) is not possible at this time. We are working on improving our application size and memory utilization. There are technical hurdles that do not allow us to move our application to the microSD card. In the meantime, we ...


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Uninstall the new Google Play Store App to factory settings every time you want to download a new/updated apps. I know this is a pain of a * but this works because it does not leave room for your Google to check updates, like Google books for daily newspapes or magazines which needs the space even if we do not use that app. I even hate how the new app looks ...


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Try clearing cache for your internal storage and transfer "unimportant" files to your memory card, this will create some space for your apps to be installed.


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Yes u can (u have to ROOT your phone), use xposed app and obb to sd app,to move the (obb) files to sd card, but about the (data) I have no idea about it.


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Install SDFix: KitKat Writable MicroSD from the Google Play Store. Then, using the latest Link2SD, format your flash in ext4.


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I had the same question, and I found this answer to be helpful. The short summary is that "device memory", AKA "internal storage", is non-volatile: in other words it's persistent across device reboots, unlike RAM. Internal storage is flash memory, similar to a solid-state drive or a microSD card. One way to look at it is that device memory and a microSD ...


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The Lost.dir is a system folder. Its a place where the Android OS places files that were recovered during a system boot up. lost.dir in android What is the folder for? Its quite evident that there is no application named LOST.DIR installed on your device. At times the folder's size can range in gigabytes. In such situations one may wonder about ...


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I purchased new 64GB MicroSD and all seems to work now. No read-write resistrictions nor corruption symptoms. I'm confident the SD card was simply corrupt and had limited read/writes due to its cheap price, as I did a lot of copying and stored many files spanning many gigabytes on the card. However, other possible causes could have been (for people with the ...


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busybox switch_root works only when called from PID 1, meaning from init.


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Ok first, antivirus in the classical sense is almost useless on android. Due to the strong security sandboxing, antivirus apps can only detect malicious apps based on signatures but cannot stop or remove them. So you need to take care yourself to get rid of the malware. Second, viruses in the classical sense also rarely exist on android, so please provide ...


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According to Sony's Xperia E1 specifications page, you're running Android 4.4, KitKat. As mentioned in numerous SE articles, KitKat does not allow the SD card to be used for app storage, including transferring apps to it. Sony's page does say you can add it, but unless they hacked KitKat, it won't work.


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It is because since older versions of android(i don't remember which exactly) its not possible to install or move apps to SD CARD without root. All apps will be installed in internal memory by default however if you do root you can move them to your SD Card using apps(there are many) and at same time you will be able to delete useless pre-installed apps ...



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