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Support Moving Apps to SD on a Galaxy Ace 2x

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by FrankFKA, Feb 19, 2013.

  1. FrankFKA

    FrankFKA New Member
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    I've recently purchased a Samsung Galaxy Ace 2. But there is only 2gb of internal memory, i need to move my apps to my SD Card, however, APP2SD does not seem to work.I also do not want to root it, thanks everyone!
     

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  2. jefboyardee

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    There’s plenty of apps, apparently including the ones you’ve installed, that can’t be moved to SD. Do Settings> Manage Applications > Applications and tap them to make sure they can’t be moved – the Move to SD button will be greyed out.
     
  3. FrankFKA

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    It says that the phone does not support Apps2SD
    and there isnt a Move to SD button when I go into application manager
     
  4. jefboyardee

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    I’m not familiar with the S2 but there are several move-to-SD apps you could try, see if that helps. I use AppMonster Pro, which also stores SDK backups of your installations.
     
  5. FrankFKA

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    Its not the S2 but Ace 2, Ace 2 doesnt support Internal storage to SD card and i need a way to fix that :p
     
  6. Mikestony

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    Hello and welcome Frank!
    I moved your thread here to your device forum for others to help:)
     
  7. NeoGrandizer

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    Nothing can be done about this if you want to remain stock. Anything past ICS will no longer have this feature. Samsung removed this at the request of Google from my understanding.

    Only workaround is root.
     

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