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go to your settings. select app manager. a list of apps should appear. click on which app you would like to change over to your sd memory card. a new screen will appear with a "force close" option at the top along with some of the applications data and storage size information. scroll down a little ways, and BAM! you should see and option to transfer app to sd card. hope this helped!
The Sprint Evo is an Android smartphone capable of running applications in the background. It's best to close applications you aren't using, since running applications drains the phone's battery. Most apps allow you to close them through the menu inside the application, but if the app stops responding or has no close option, you can use the Force Stop function. Force Stop functions much like the Task Manager feature in Windows. It closes the app, but does not delete data or uninstall the app.
1. Press the "Menu" button from the main screen on the Evo.
2. Tap "Settings" and touch "Applications."
3. Select "Manage applications" and open the "Running" tab.
4. Locate the application you want to close and tap it.
5. Touch the "Force Stop" button to close the app.
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Try totally closing the app and restarting it, if your on an Android phone, close it from the manager or restart the phone. If on an iPhone double click and close the app. If on another try closing it or restarting the phone. When the phone turns back on see if you have data or wifi and open the app. Hope I could help ;)
The main downside of this phone and other LG phones that use their own
operating system is that there isn't a way to expand them in the way of
an app store like Apple, Microsoft, Palm and Google have for their
range of phones.
It would be nice having the ability to access an app
store and download both free and paid apps to expand what the phone can
do. It certainly has the potential to be a great phone but being closed
off this way stops you cold from being able to download and use the Sky Radio App in this phone.
When you plug your phone into the computer, see if you have any backups in iTunes you can restore to. Might have been a buggy program you installed (if jailbroken) or downloaded from AppStore. Failing that, I'd try a factory reset (write down your contacts!). Also try a hard reset (hold down Power and Home buttons till it reboots). You my be running low on RAM, which happens when using apps for a prolonged time sometimes.