How to install android applications on the sd card, sd card without partition
In this article I will teach you how to install Android apps on the SD card with the help of Link2SD application. In the old version Link2SD applications, users are required to create a partition on the SD card in order to install applications on SD card.
However, for the most recent version of Link2SD apps2sd already there are features that can be “forced” Android applications that previously could not be installed on the SD card can be or can be moved to the SD card without having to partition your SD card.
Why say “force”? Here’s the explanation: The Android system version 2.2 (Froyo) or higher there is already a feature to move an Application to the SD card that can be done in the following manner:
-Press the HOME button
-Press the MENU button
-Click Settings (Settings)
-Click Applications (Applications)
-Click the Manage Applications (Application Management)
-Click on the Android Application which will be transferred to the SD card> Touch Move to SD card (Move to SD card).
Now, the problem is not all Android applications can be moved to the SD card. Applications can not be moved can be caused by several reasons, eg due to damaged or applications can not be used if installed on the SD card or can be caused by the creator of the application does not make it can be moved.
The figure below is an example of the application image that can not be transferred to the SD card. Note the words “Move to SD card” of his colored opaque and can not be clicked on.
How to cope with Android applications that can not be transferred to the sd card
It says “Move to the SD Card” can not click
By installing Link2SD, you can force a move (Move Force) Android apps to SD card.
Terms of moving applications into the Android SD card without any partition the SD card:
+The operating system used by your Android phone at least Froyo (Android 2.2) or newer
+Mobile you have in the root
If you do not know about the root, can read the article: What is Root Android-benefits and drawbacks
Step-by-step move to the SD card Android applications using Link2SD:
1. install the application from the Android Market Link2SD
2. Enable applications Link2SD
3. Click on one of the applications that want to move to SD card
For example, I would choose the applications that were not able to be moved (it says “Move to SD card” can not click)
4. Click the “Move to SD card”
install android applications on sd card without partitioning
Click the “Move to the SD Card” to move
When you click Move to SD card will pop up a warning:
“Warning. Can break some apps if ther are not Meant to be moved to the SD card (Such as widgets) “
Meaning of the warning is, if the application was moved to the SD card there is the possibility of causing the application is damaged or unusable. Examples of applications that can not be transferred to the SD card is the application widgets.
After the warning screen (Warning), click “OK” to continue or click “Cancel” to cancel.
If this is your first time using Link2SD application, it will display a pop-up menu of the application SuperUser> click Allow.
Warning: The 29technology.com is not responsible if things happen that are not desirable due to the use of this application. Do with your own risk:)
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