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Polaroid MIDC410, Android 4.2.1., Kernel 3.0.8+, A10. First of all: external memory stick (16-32 Gb) works fine on the USB Host Port, using a correct USB OTG cable. Things that fail on the same host port: external USB FAT32 drive (350 Gb). external USB NTFS drive (1 TB). In root mode: - Without extra current on the usb drives: 'access denied' for both, ...


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I use Bluetooth File Transfer and have found the files in /storage/extSdCard/Android/data/com.google.android.music/files/music I'm running Android 4.4.2 on a Galaxy S5 (not rooted) and the Play Music app is v5.7.1788Q.1634597


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I have a noname MT6572 tablet with Android 4.2.2, rooted, and I've figured out the trick: I've changed mount point directory names in the fstab. The file is: /system/etc/vold.fstab, original version: dev_mount sdcard /storage/sdcard0 emmc@fat /devices/platform/goldfish_mmc.0 /devices/platform/mtk-msdc.0/mmc_host dev_mount sdcard2 /storage/sdcard1 auto ...


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Just so anyone reading this who's having trouble knows, I figured out the answer. My phone has several data/log folders (for some reason), and definitely had saved dumpstate files to those locations before so I assumed that when they were empty that wasn't the issue. HOWEVER. I thought I had looked everywhere on my phone, but using ES File Explorer, even ...


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as it stands your internal memory is unable to increase. Adding a SD card will only increase space for music, pictures and some apps. My assumptions are that your phone is a lower end affordable device. These are plagued with smaller memory, that are almost always maxed out right out of the box. Your solutions are limited to your device and the applications ...


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When making apps, there is a parameter that makes the card only installable in the internal memory, so you get the "move" option disabled. You just can't move them. You can root your phone or install a custom rom to free it from wasted space.


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I don't have any ideas regarding your hardware configuration problem. But to solve your problem you can move your apps to SD card using stock android move to SD card feature or try third party apps such as Link2SD available on play store


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Try moving your primary storage in settings.. go to apps scroll all the way down and change your storage from phone to sd storage and vice versa. And you should be able to access everything on sd card etc. ES file explorer is a great free app in case you couldn't get it by changing storage in setting


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Doesn't sound like you can do anything yourself (short of rooting the device, and installing a different ROM version). I don't think as an Android user, you will be able to change how this (poor) design was implemented without changing the OS.


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You need root. If you have root, you can use Link2sd app, which switch internal and external storage.



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