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How to set downloaded games from Google play directly in external SD card on Samsung Galaxy Tab 3?

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March 7, 2014 10:06:13 PM

My Android internal memory is getting too low. Research on the internet tells me to use the function “Move to SD CARD” but I can't find that on my Samsung Galaxy Tab 3. I only see “Uninstall”. I have 16GB external memory inserted, but it’s useless because my downloaded games go to my internal memory. Please help!

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March 7, 2014 11:03:39 PM

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Settings-Apps-select an App-move to SD card.

If that doesn't work try using App2sd,AppMgr or any playstore apps that will move your apps data in the SD card, but remember some apps can't really be transfer in your sd card.

Even if you root your device,well maybe possible but it will involve a lot of process.
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March 8, 2014 12:04:40 AM

Trave said:
TRY
Settings-Apps-select an App-move to SD card.

If that doesn't work try using App2sd,AppMgr or any playstore apps that will move your apps data in the SD card, but remember some apps can't really be transfer in your sd card.

Even if you root your device,well maybe possible but it will involve a lot of process.


Move app to sd is not supported in this samsung galaxy tab 3.. And that appmgr,app2sd cant move my apps too.
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March 8, 2014 12:15:22 AM

Update it,settings-about device-system update,I have read in some forums that the update will have the option to move your apps to sd(not all of it).
If this does not work and you really want to move apps files in the sd card,connect your tab in the pc/laptop and move manually the files.
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March 8, 2014 12:28:03 AM

Trave said:
Update it,settings-about device-system update,I have read in some forums that the update will have the option to move your apps to sd(not all of it).
If this does not work and you really want to move apps files in the sd card,connect your tab in the pc/laptop and move manually the files.


I updated it all but again there were no move to apps option.. When i connect this to the pc, why my tab has an icon camera on it..? If i click it, it says “Take a Picture”.. So i can’t view my files, if i can where/what is the name of my folder containing all of my downloaded games in internal memory?.. In my external sd card there were only two folders named DCIM and LOST.DIR, what should i do?
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March 8, 2014 12:48:27 AM

there should be an android folder in your internal memory,just make a folder exactly like in the internal for the external then copy/cut the the files that is in the android(internal) to your external android folder(to its right location),about the camera thing I don't know that much about tablets,but you could maybe do this to connect your tablet in the pc,setting-developer options-usb debugging-check.If there is no developer option go to "about device/phone" then tap the "build number" 7 times After the third tap, you'll see a playful dialog that says you're four taps away from being a developer.then there will be developer options available
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March 8, 2014 12:55:05 AM

Trave said:
there should be an android folder in your internal memory,just make a folder exactly like in the internal for the external then copy/cut the the files that is in the android(internal) to your external android folder(to its right location),about the camera thing I don't know that much about tablets,but you could maybe do this to connect your tablet in the pc,setting-developer options-usb debugging-check.If there is no developer option go to "about device/phone" then tap the "build number" 7 times After the third tap, you'll see a playful dialog that says you're four taps away from being a developer.then there will be developer options available


Ok i’ll check.. Thank you
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August 24, 2014 11:58:30 PM

How to move your stuff from internal sd card to your ext sd card

This is how I do it

go to
MY FILE

/STORAGE/SDCARD0


Then high light all the stuff you want to move press and hold then drag it to the ectsdcard

and then it will transfer everything you high lighted



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November 16, 2014 9:19:56 AM

Kissbright said:
My android internal memory is getting too low but i research on the internet that i will use the function “Move to SD CARD” but in my samsung galaxy tab 3, there’s nothing on it. I only sees “Uninstall”. I have 16gig external memory inserted to this android but it’s useless because my downloaded games goes to my internal memory.. Please help!

I have a Samsung Galaxie Tab 3. I found a way! 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!
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November 24, 2014 12:23:05 PM

ACEO said:
Kissbright said:
My android internal memory is getting too low but i research on the internet that i will use the function “Move to SD CARD” but in my samsung galaxy tab 3, there’s nothing on it. I only sees “Uninstall”. I have 16gig external memory inserted to this android but it’s useless because my downloaded games goes to my internal memory.. Please help!

I have a Samsung Galaxie Tab 3. I found a way! 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!



I cant find that button to move it
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April 26, 2015 9:05:39 AM

Kissbright said:
My Android internal memory is getting too low. Research on the internet tells me to use the function “Move to SD CARD” but I can't find that on my Samsung Galaxy Tab 3. I only see “Uninstall”. I have 16GB external memory inserted, but it’s useless because my downloaded games go to my internal memory. Please help!

If your phone is rooted download lucky patcher which is used to hack inapp but u can also use for moving to SD all apps can b moved if u don't have root search kingo root software its rooting software for all phone thank u hope helped
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January 14, 2016 7:12:56 AM

Kissbright said:
Trave said:
TRY
Settings-Apps-select an App-move to SD card.

If that doesn't work try using App2sd,AppMgr or any playstore apps that will move your apps data in the SD card, but remember some apps can't really be transfer in your sd card.

Even if you root your device,well maybe possible but it will involve a lot of process.


Move app to sd is not supported in this samsung galaxy tab 3.. And that appmgr,app2sd cant move my apps too.


Weeelll... go to Settings and look for Application Manager. Any app that came with the device is unmovable, but tap on ... like huge games. this works for smaller ones to, there is a button saying Move to SD card and/or More to Device storage. hope this helps you out. Good luck!
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February 3, 2016 2:11:32 AM

This works great on 4.4 kitkat Root device,download Xposed framework,get module OBB on SD...
Also go to play store and get Force2sd,the free version only gives you 5 moves..The paid version has unlimited moves.
Or you can uninstall/reinstall after 5 moves....I don't have any devices running Lollipop or Marshmallow..
Check XDA forum before trying this on ''later'' android versions....!
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February 3, 2016 2:17:53 AM

Device must be ROOTED..This works great on 4.4 kitkat Root device,download Xposed framework,get module OBB on SD...
Also go to play store and get Force2sd,the free version only gives you 5 moves..The paid version has unlimited moves.
Or you can uninstall/reinstall after 5 moves....I don't have any devices running Lollipop or Marshmallow..
Check XDA forum before trying this on ''later'' android versions....!
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February 14, 2016 7:54:34 PM

Link_jon said:
Kissbright said:
Trave said:
TRY
Settings-Apps-select an App-move to SD card.

If that doesn't work try using App2sd,AppMgr or any playstore apps that will move your apps data in the SD card, but remember some apps can't really be transfer in your sd card.

Even if you root your device,well maybe possible but it will involve a lot of process.


Move app to sd is not supported in this samsung galaxy tab 3.. And that appmgr,app2sd cant move my apps too.


Weeelll... go to Settings and look for Application Manager. Any app that came with the device is unmovable, but tap on ... like huge games. this works for smaller ones to, there is a button saying Move to SD card and/or More to Device storage. hope this helps you out. Good luck!


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February 14, 2016 7:58:38 PM

NONE of this Helps. I have a Samsung S6 model SM-T210R Android version 4.4.2 .. can't Download anything Because memory is to low but my SD card is empty !!? SOMEONE HELP. Thanks!
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February 14, 2016 8:03:00 PM

None if this helps but I have an Samsung s6. I have a android version 4.4.2 model number sm-t210r PLEASE HELP.. MY Memory is to low and I want to download on My SD card that is empty … THANKS
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February 20, 2016 6:27:12 PM

Kissbright said:
My Android internal memory is getting too low. Research on the internet tells me to use the function “Move to SD CARD” but I can't find that on my Samsung Galaxy Tab 3. I only see “Uninstall”. I have 16GB external memory inserted, but it’s useless because my downloaded games go to my internal memory. Please help!


Try an app off the google playstore called '' FolderMount ''.But it only works on rooted devices,It`s the first app that seems to work,and transfers nearly all the appfolders,games you want to your SD card.I have tried other apps that state '' app to sd '' and none seemed to work properly.It works great on my tablet, i`m using a
'' Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 '' .There is a limit to what FolderMount transfers app to your SD card until you buy the premier and upgrade evan then there's still a limit to how many app folder`s you can transfer. I`v got around 25 games with the upgrade that Transfer to the SD card with foldermount and everything is working great,and some of the games are 3 and 4 Gigs. Hope this helps
If you just want to move an app to your SD card,you should be able to go into your general settings,then click on the application manager,click on the app you want,the app info comes up,there you should be able to transfer your apps to your SD card,but that doe`sent transfer the obb or data files that your app uses,for that you need the above app , '' foldermount ''
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May 8, 2016 8:20:36 PM

Hey im having a similar problem i can move apps to my SD card with no problem but when i try to do a new download it tries to download onto the internal memory everytime and because thats full i cant download anything, i have gone into My files and settings and set my home directory to my SD card but the problem persists
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July 8, 2016 5:58:31 AM

Kissbright said:
My Android internal memory is getting too low. Research on the internet tells me to use the function “Move to SD CARD” but I can't find that on my Samsung Galaxy Tab 3. I only see “Uninstall”. I have 16GB external memory inserted, but it’s useless because my downloaded games go to my internal memory. Please help!


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