How To Transfer Apps To SD card on Galaxy S4 [Tip]
There are a lot of reasons that forced Samsung to select the slogan “life companion” for their flagship smartphone like the Samsung Galaxy S4 does include a very decent package of apps and features that you may utilize to enjoy a good life, but be honest and tell me that are pre-installed apps are enough to support you? Do you not need to install any more apps? I know a lot of stuff depend on personal choice but here I must say that almost everyone needs to bump up more apps to phone to enhance the usability.
However the 16GB version of Galaxy S4 offers around just 9.5GB of free storage space to use that is not enough for many of us, however you can use an extra SD card on phone to increase the storage space and you can store apps on SD card to save your internal space as the apps-to-SD support is coming to shiny GS4 through a new software update that is available in German as for on unlocked Galaxy S4 variant.
Here you can find out how to move apps to SD card on Galaxy S4 especially if you are a big gamer of friends. However it’s important to note that some apps don’t support the apps-to-SD feature. Walkthrough following a few steps to transfer apps to SD card on Galaxy S4:
Step #1: Go to Setting
Step #2: Go to More
Step #3: Launch the “application manager”
Step #4: Select desired app.
Step #5: Tap on “move to SD card”
Step #6: You’re done.
It was a simple method to move your apps to SD card on your Samsung Galaxy S4 that would improve the storage space, if you encounter any error, leave a comment.
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