How To Move Default Applications To SDCARD(MEMORY CARD) On Android Devices

Last Updated: October 15, 2015
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Hello, it has been long time i updated you guys but now back with how to move default applications on your Android devices like Google Playstore, BBM and others that are always installed on phone.

A friend of mine was using LG C800 with 1GB phone memory storage, and also the phone has default applications installed on it that uses almost 500MB out of 1GB. Due to this he was having phone memory shortage which slows down his phone performance
but with an application called LINK2SD his phone is now fast in operation and working great.

Let me brief you about the Application called LINK2SD: It is an application manager that makes it easy for Android 2.0+ users to move applications to the SDcard, to clean all cache files of the applications. It also provides native application to SD features on
Android 2.2 and above. It can move any non protected user apps to SD card (force move). This application stillm have some other interesting features like uninstalling system applications and lot more.

To freeup your Android phone Memory Download the Application LINK2SD here.

Install and Launch it.
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You would see a list of your Applications installed on your Android device. Select the one you wished to move.

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Finally click Move to SD card and you are done.

You can move as many applications as you liked.

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  1. ejeta robinson

    Thank for this update, nice one

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