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Old November 13th, 2012, 10:57 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by doeeyedbecky View Post
So, moving say, the Facebook and LiveJournal apps are a no-go, because they rely on the GPS access, correct?
But going on this, I should have been able to move 'Battery Doctor' to USB storage, since it doesn't access GPS data.
But as I said before, regardless of the possibility of an app being moved, the author MUST configure the app to allow this feature. If the app is not written to allow it to be moved, then it can't, simple as that.
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Ugh. Methinks I SHOULD have saved for the Galaxy Nexus.
The model of phone makes no difference. All Android phones function essentially the same way since they all use similar OS versions. And if an app can be moved on the Nexus S, it can be moved on the HTC One X, or Samsung Galaxy S III, or Note, or any other model that has 'SD card' memory available, including most tablets.

So you can stop 'ugh'ing about which phone you think you should have bought. It does what it does because of the authors, not the hardware, just like any other Android phone.
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