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You can release more storage room by going into Settings and then into Storage. Clear the cache to get more storage space. Some tablets have their storage divided into two partitions. The first one is usually 1 or 2 GBs. The second has the rest. You can go into your Settings and then into Apps/Applications, click on an app and see if there is a button to move the app from the tablet to the second partition, which can be named differently on different tablets (internal SD, external storage, SD, etc.) Move as many apps as are allowed. Know that apps that can be moved will not move the entire app, only a portion of it, but this will free up a lot of memory on you primary partition and often speed up your tablet. It is a good idea to leave some room (100-150 mb) on your primary storage partition, so you can download files. If it is too full, the tablet will not be able to download files.
It has very limited memory allocated for apps. It only amounts to about 661 megabytes. The entire SD card shows about 5.5 gigabytes most of which will probably be available for whatever but not for apps. Apps can only be written to the small app partition.
The unfortunate reality is if you allow automatic updates from the Google Store to update the native apps, there will NOT be enough room for them all and you will get a *no more space available* error message. So, turn off automatic updates in Settings in the Store ASAP! If you install an external microSD card in the slot in the back you might be able to move some of your apps to it using the Apps function in Settings on your tablet. This will free us some extra space on the built-in SD card. But, unfortunately, the native apps can't be moved. But, some can be disabled and some you can delete the data and the cache. But, don't delete the data on the ones you use or all your mail, accounts etc will go away and you'll just have to set it up and download mail again.
" Go into settings, then to storage, then to used space, then to applications. In applications manager go to sd card there will be a list of your applications, touch/click on each one individually and within each one that can be moved, is a box "move to sd card" touch that box and wala it is moved! To move pictures I reset the cameras auto storage to the sd card then moved all my other pictures to the camera file which then stored them on the sd card. I then deleted the pictures from the system memory. Hope this helps! "
Depends a little on the make/model and version of Android, but in general,
Tap on "Settings" either on the home screen, or on the apps page
When the "Settings" page opens, scroll down and tap on "Apps"
Slide the Apps screen that opens to the left, until "ALL" is highlighted.
slide down to the first App you wish to move. Tap on it
in the detail screen for that App which opens, Tap on "Move to SD Card" and it will be relocated to the SD card!
Note that some Apps, and all system apps, cannot be moved to the SD card, and the "Move to SD Card" button for them will be greyed out and unavailable. Note also that a few Apps will not run properly from the SD and will have to be moved back - simply done as when selecting any App that's been moved to the SD, instead of "Move to SD Card", the same button will now say "Move to Tablet"
Hi if you want move apps to sd card go to settings, application and there press on the app which you want move. On the next screen you will see details about the app and a button move to sd card, just press it and the app gonna be moved to sd card. Bear in mind that some of the application can't be moved you will see then grey button.
Hi in order to move apps to sd card you need place the sd card in your tablet go to settings then applications. On the next screen you've got the list of downloaded apps just clik on one of them and then properties screen come up on which in the second row you will see button move to sd card. Just press on it wait few seconds and your apps is moved. Repeat this for every app but bear in mind that some of the apps can't be moved to sd card
the applicatioin have to have the ability to be moved to an SD card example: the app "fruit ninja" scroll or look near the bottom of the application page or whatever you call it it should say somthing along the lines of "modify to SD" or somthing then the app has the ablitiy to be transfer over an SD card and so on. if the app page does not say "modify to SD" chances are your not able to tranfer it over SD card unless you use your usb mini cord or whatever cord you used.