When you have a mobile device, you have to be very aware of the space you are using, being an important factor to consider the range that this is. As it is totally normal for us to accumulate all kinds of images, videos, songs and other content on our mobile, you have to know when space we have available.
Otherwise, if our mobile has saturated its internal memory, it can be a real headache to do a content cleanup and have to see what can be done with all of it without too many options.
However, this is why it is never a bad idea to have an SD card on hand to use as internal memory. The fact that you have an SD card gives you the opportunity to manage your space much better, not counting the excellent fact that you have an extension of your internal memory.
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Now, with the SD card you are given the freedom to have more content on your mobile and even being able to transfer a lot of this content to the SD card.
When you have so much extra space, you can better manage what you have. This includes applications. If you are one of those people who likes to download all kinds of Applications or you simply have too many applications that you cannot delete and uninstall for different reasons, you can always transfer a large part of an application to the SD memory.
So if you have a great need to do this, you can follow the following tutorial where we talk about everything you need to know to move your apps to your SD card.
Why should you move your apps to your SD card?
When you have an SD card, you have extra storage space on your mobile. Depending on its capacity, you can handle the information you have much better stored in the internal memory of your mobile, that’s why it’s always a good idea to have one.
Now, once you have it, you should transfer all the information you have on your mobile directly to the SD card in order to save as much space as possible on your mobile so that it can have more ROM, and therefore work faster. In addition, you have the option to extract your Mobile SD and be able to put it on another device if you need it.
How can you transfer your applications to your mobile device?
There are applications that, although they seem little, can take up a lot of space on your mobile. A perfect example of this is Facebook, which weighs a fair amount of MBs.
That is why, if you have many applications or you simply want to better control your space, you should transfer these applications to your SD card. However, keep in mind that there are many applications that are Android as such, or others, that you simply cannot go to the SD memory.
So if you have an Android device, do the following to pass the apps.
- First, you must go to the settings of the device.
- Once there, you must enter the storage option or the applications option, so that you can surf for all the applications you have installed.
- When you have the list of applications on your screen, enter it, and you will see that every time you enter an application that can be put on your SD card, the option to «Move to SD card».
- You just have to select the option and wait for it to move and that’s it. Just remember that there are many applications that cannot be moved to the SD card due to how they interact with your device, so check one by one.
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