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And unsupported means it's unsupported.
You can chose to save camera pictures directly to SD alone with other media files created by the phone. But the thought process of manufacturers seems to be more along the lines of: "older phones only had 180MB to store apps, so yes apps2sd was very useful, now phones ship with at least 16GB of storage it shouldn't be needed"
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If other phones can move apps to mmc why not galaxy s3?
moving "apps" saves minimal space. It moves the apk and the libs from /data/app and /data/data to /sdcard/.android_secure
Its the /sdcard data that is the space killer. Moving apps itself is pointless on this size memory, as mentioned earlier.
Anyway, because samsung used a clever file system (fuser) that shares /data (where apps are) with /sdcard (where "move to sd" moves them to), youd not be saving space becuase youre moving it to the same place.
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