I'm using Samsung Galaxy fit GTS5670 running on Android 2.3.6.

After installing Whatsapp Messenger of 13.36 MB, it was installed to phone memory. I got a total of 180 MB internal storage, and just 3.3 MB left.

Is there any way to move Whatsapp from phone memory to SDCard?

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    – Izzy
    Jun 3, 2014 at 22:15

3 Answers 3


If you have your phone rooted and secondary partition, you can use Link2SD.It's good alternative to use.


Okay go to your home screen click on menu then go to settings, scroll down to manage applications or manage apps... click on that then u will be able to see downloaded apps, then apps on your phone storage, and more to your right u will see apps on your sd card go on to phone storage u where u will see all apps that are stored to ur internal memory/phone storage.. and click on the apps u wish to move to ur sd card and it will have all options saying, force stop, uninstall, move to sdcard/phone storage and then clear data... what u want is move to sd card so click that then verify by pushing 'ok' and there u have it. Hope this helped. :)

  • Note that apps must actively support this – so not all apps can be moved this way. I don't know whether Whatsapp (the OP wants to move this) does support App2SD.
    – Izzy
    Jun 4, 2014 at 7:12
  • still cannot move whatsapp...
    – JovelS2000
    Jun 7, 2014 at 5:28

If you have rooted your phone use a root explorer to go to data > data> locate the whatsapp folder > files > logs > delete all the files there and you are good to go.

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