May 27th, 2013, 12:42 PM
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Join Date: Jan 2013
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Samsung Galaxy Note II
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Originally Posted by Gripenfelter
So I rooted my Samsung Galaxy S4 last night using this method:
Deleted out a lot of the Samsung and Rogers apps but I still don't have a lot of free space. Out of the 16 gigs it shows I have 7 gigs free. Just have a few basic apps installed like Facebook, etc.
I would like to know what else I can remove to make more room but still keep my phone functional as in I don't want to delete one app only to replace it with another one because it's vital (keyboard app) unless it is gonna make a huge difference in memory.
I used to have a 32 gig iPhone 4 before this. I have a 64 gig Sandisk SD card. How would I install apps on the SD card or move ringtones and pics to the SD card?
You could do an sd card swap