My son has an Android phone, and when he bought it the storage space was divided thus:
System Memory: 157MB
Internal Memory: 1024MB
When this was essentially full we put in an SD card to give him more storage. So now we also have
SD card: 1.84GB
When he fires up something called "App Manager" and clicks on "storage" he sees these three possibilities -- System memory, Internal memory and SD card.
OK now here's the problem. If he downloads an app from the app store, by default it will typically install onto the Internal memory. He wants to put it on the SD card, but the only option available when he tries to move it with his app manager is "Move to phone". If he moves an app to the phone, which presumably is the system memory, then the only option now available is "move to internal memory". Furthermore, try as we might we cannot move any app onto the SD card. Is this expected behaviour? Is there a way of installing apps on his SD card (without rooting the phone, ideally)?
The phone is an LG-E400, running Android version 2.3.6 .