How to Install Apps Onto Your SD Card No Root
Introduction: How to Install Apps Onto Your SD Card (No Root)
Have you ever ran low on memory space on your android and had to delete some apps? With a computer and a micro SD card you don’t have to worry about running out of space on your phone any more! You don’t even need to root your phone! After this, your phone will automatically install apps to your external memory.
This method of moving your apps to sd card is known for not working with the Galaxy series, you if own a galaxy/ are getting a galaxy and is thinking of moving your apps to anexternalstorage, i recommend rooting your device, enabling further access to files and such. Good Luck!Step 1: Getting Ready to Change Installation Location
1. Get theGoogle Android SDK
Unzip the file and place the folder onto your desktop or anywhere that can be easily accessed.
find the platform tools folder (default, it should be : adt bundle/sdk)
2. Find cmd/terminal (for mac)
(for mac users) go to [System Preferences > Keyboard > Keyboard Shortcuts > Services]
and then check the box [New Terminal At Folder]
3. Go onto your Android phone and select USB debugging
Go to[System settings > Developer Options] and select USB Debugging (if the option is grayed out, unplug your phone first)Step 2: Using Adb Open the folder called ” platform tools”
shift+right click anywhere inside the folder and choose [Open Command Window Here] right click the folder called “platform tools” and choose [New Terminal At Folder]