I have several android devices with varying Android operating systems. Some with 3.x, some with 4.0 (ICS) and a Nexus 7 tablet with 4.2 (Jelly Bean). Our son's Nabi 2 (8GB) tablet has 4.0 ICS installed and everything works good. However, I was looking to try and possibly install apps on the external micro-SD card. However, a poster on another forum informed me that moving or installing to an external micro-SD card is a feature that was taken out of Android ICS and Jelly Bean OS and it can't be done at all. Is this true? I realize this Nabi 2 device can be rooted, but its working fine the way it is. Or is rooting it the ONLY way to be able to move and/or install apps on an external micro-SD card?