I own a Motorola Moto G 3rd generation upgraded to Marshmallow with an SD card plugged in (formatted as internal storage) and I am not able to get the apps to install there. I tried app2sd and I am able to relocate some of them but the sheer amount of the ones I cannot has filled my telephone's internal storage to the brim. I know that I could solve it by rooting the phone ( it's risky and warranty is voided), however I was looking for another way.


There is no other way unless you void your warranty.. Change the ROM to any custom ROMs it will solve the problem.

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    I'm not that sure that really any custom ROM supports moving apps to SD. The only "sure" answer I'm aware of is rooting and using an app like link2sd (there are a few apps of that category). Though I'm not sure how that works with adoptable-storage (OP indicated to use that option).
    – Izzy
    Oct 21 '16 at 13:29

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