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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by sleepless, Oct 20, 2014.

  1. sleepless

    sleepless Member
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    Am so glad Samsung has got this feature on the Note 4, managed to move 2GB of the Dark Knight rises game to SD card and plays great :)
     



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  2. andross77

    andross77 Well-Known Member

    REALLY??? I thought SD cards were only good for photos/movies/songs?? If we can move apps to SD on the Note 4 that's HUGE!

    Or do they only let you move partial game files in huge games? cause that's nice too but not as good. Like do you have any Dark Knight game files on your internal storage and the rest on the SD? or is it ALL on the SD card?

    Specifics man!!! haha :) if this is true the Note 4 is DEFINITELY better than Nexus 6/Droid Turbo/Moto X or whatever else....IMO of course.... :)
     
  3. question729

    question729 Android Enthusiast

    All I care about is if iSyncr can still write to the SD card :)
     
  4. sleepless

    sleepless Member
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    Ok, just tested again and it's not what it all seems.

    The app says it moved that much but it only moved some data.

    My friends Note 4 managed to move all the data because he was rooted :( he has the asian model.

    Better than nothing i guess.
     
  5. rushmore

    rushmore Extreme Android User

    The only thing that moves is what is defined as "app data". Most apps have went away from that format for big apps and ART will makes it even more dubious. Only older apps work well with non root app moving. Part of for some apps is also due to the card write changes- as in no card writes for non stock apps.

    Super cereal here: If Android did not have game emulators I would bail to iOS. If Google wants to act like Apple, I would might as well go to the real deal with better app ecosystem. JMO.
     

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