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How to transfer applications installed in my device to my media card?

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  • algenacf Feb 21, 2012

    The applications were already installed in my RIM BlackBerry storm 9530, i want to transfer said applications to a media card.

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  1. Connect your device to your computer
  2. Run the installation program from your computer. The installation program will prompt you to install the software application to your device using ActiveSync or Windows Mobile Device Center.
  3. Select whether to install the software to the device memory or to your memory card

Posted on Feb 21, 2012

  • nayana sreekandan
    nayana sreekandan Feb 22, 2012

    I don't know if this might help, but I use Aerize Card Loader. I download all my applications to it and than still be able to open or access my apps. the same way.
    Aerize Card Loader let's you install apps from the Media Card. To run them, you still have to install them to device memory.

  • nayana sreekandan
    nayana sreekandan Feb 22, 2012

    Every other major phone company lets you install apps on SD cards -ever heard of Windows Mobile? Probably not. You should check it out :smileyhappy: Yeah the iPhone has gigs of onboard memory compared with the pathetic onboard memory that RIMs devices include. Two many apps? Isn't that why there's an app world? So you can have lots of applications? Apps are the future of productivity also. Practically every phone out there has email -which makes smart phones a run for there money if they dont offer features that are, well smart. You ever want to have a gps app that has maps installed so you dont need laggy/unstable service (and you dont get service everywhere right?)? Well you cant on a bb cause theres not enough room to store the maps. The main reason why people with blackberries still have a gps unit in their car. Pretty dumb huh? And by the way- the Bold does not have 1024mb. thats for media only -one of the main reasons this thread began. it has 128mbs for apps BUT after the os is up and running youre left with about 40. 40 yes 40 thats a little bit less then 1024.

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