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Old July 15th, 2013, 07:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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So if I can't move apps and others things to an sd card why bother getting the memory

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The SD card is useful for storing all sorts of things like music (MP3s), photos, videos, documents, app data like maps for OsmAnd (does off-line navigation) and so on. And they're cheap. And if you have a card reader on your PC, you can transfer files to and from them really fast.
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You should be able to move apps to your sd card (with the most recent update)
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