I have a Visual Land Prestige Elite 10Q tablet (KitKat 4.4.2, rooted with KingRoot), and have discovered that even after rooting and using a utility to "fix" the SD to be writable from KitKat, I can't move applications to the SD using X-Plore or App2SD, though I can now write files and create folders there.
Based on the error messages I've received from App2SD, this appears to be due to the manufacturer of my tablet having created an emulated external SD using dynamically allocated space in the internal storage (16 GB, so I'm not short on storage yet, at least). I believe that if I can get rid of this internal_sd storage, move its contents to external_sd, and change the appropriate OS settings so it looks for external_sd, I'll be able to move/install apps to SD.
There don't seem to be any specific ROMs for this device, so flashing to Lollipop or Marshmallow is risky -- I'd prefer to get KitKat to behave, if possible, though I'll consider forcing an upgrade if I must. I also don't have dozens of hours to spend fooling with this thing.
So, the real question: how can I convince the device to ignore or delete the internal_sd and use external_sd instead?
Update: I've installed a root terminal app, and appear to have access (as
su) to the root file system, but I don't find