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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by rickey2, Jan 20, 2014.

  1. rickey2

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    OK I will try to explain as simple as Ican. I want to move my VIDEOS from the internal sd card to the 16 GB micro sd card that you install manually.I dont give a flying f.ck about moving apps or anything else ,just videos i have downloaded because i need the storage space I am using Samsung galaxy tab 2 7.0 tablet. Igave NO PC or any computer. I have tried everything and nothing works. Please someone give my a good answer,because mostly I'm getting alot of bullshit
     

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    Go into the files app, find the video/files that you want to move and long press on it, up pops a menu select move then navigate to the SD card and click move here /OK. Also if you want to move multiple files at once you can hit settings button in the folder where movies are at and Check off the boxes next to the ones you want to move and then select move.
     
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    Sorry none of that even came close to working. Have you ever done that on a samsung tablet ,if you have I'll send mine to you and you can try.
     
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    I had the wrong file manager installed. I installed another ,now i can transfer. You all should think about the simple way first
     
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    Hi,
    so which file manager did you use successfully? I could do with doing the same thing.
    cheers
     
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    Don't know why the OP had so much of a problem. The stock file manager and ES File Manager both work for me.
     

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