How To Move Apps To An SD Card On Android #2

How to Move Installed Apps to SD Card in Android?

Almost every smart phone or tablet that is available nowadays in the market and uses android OS has an additional memory card slot in which users can insert the SD card to get additional data storage space (most of the android devices). If your mobile phone or tablet has unlimited internal storage capacity, which of course it does, installing storage intensive games or apps on the internal memory of your device might reduce its performance.

In order to overcome this situation, you might need to move the installed apps or games to the external SD card that you might have installed on the device.
Note: You can’t set your SD card to be default storage if your phone is not rooted.

There are many ways to transfer your information from your phone to your SD card:

Method 1:
1) Open your Settings menu
2) Search for your APP Settings and open it

Here we are... one of my apps is not moved into my SD card. The app is called ES File Explorer and we must move it. Click on the app you want to move (note: not every app can be moved from your phone memory to SD card!).


3) Done! :bounce: It is simple… right?

Method 2:
1) Open your STORAGE


2) At the bottom of the storage menu is


When you click it… your device will ask you to move every information that you have on your SD card. Pictures, music, apps will be automatic transferred.
3) Done! This is easier than 1th method :sarcastic:

Method 3: Move your apps using APP (example: Lucky Patcher)

With the help of Lucky Patcher you can move your installed apps to the SD card just with a single click. However in order to use the Lucky Patcher your device must be rooted without which even the Lucky Patcher cannot be installed.
Once you have successfully installed the Lucky Patcher on your rooted devices, moving the installed apps or games to the external SD card is easy. Here’s what you need to do:

Ensure that the device on which you want to move your installed apps and games to the SD card has been rooted and the Lucky Patcher has been installed.

Once verified, tap the app drawer.

From the displayed list, tap the Lucky Patcher icon.

On the opened interface, tap the name of the app or game from the list that you want to move to the external SD card.

Once the app or game is selected by tapping, on the next window that appears, tap the Move to /sdcard option from the displayed context menu at the bottom.


Once the transfer is complete, you will be displayed with a box informing that the transfer was successfully completed.

Tap the OK button on the displayed box to go back to the previous window to move other apps or games to the SD card.

Note: With the help of Lucky Patcher, you will be able to move one app or game at a time only.