Nowadays, Smartphones come with beefed specs along with huge storage options and high price tags. Some of the low priced phones, like QMobile, compromise on specs to keep the price in control. Such phones specifically compromise on storage options.
Using your mobile phone’s internal storage for installing apps is usually recommended as it takes less time for them to execute but, if you install too many apps, on a phone with low internal storage, will leave you with almost no disk space so you’ll have to move your apps to sd card.
Following is the step-by-step procedure to move an installed app from internal storage to SD card.
What’s the Process?
From the home screen, tap the menu button, which is usually on the lower left corner on most of the Android handsets. Then, tap the “Settings” option. If you can’t find settings option there, go to your app drawer-> Settings.
Tap “Manage Apps” and select the app you want to move. Then, select “Move to SD card” option and the app will be transferred to the SD card. You can apply the same method to move apps to the internal memory.
If the option “Move to Phone” is appearing, it means that the app is already on the SD card, and you can move it to the internal memory of your phone by tapping this button.
This procedure has been tested on
- QMobile Noir A9
- QMobile Noir A10
- QMobile Bolt T50
The same procedure is also expected to work on other Android smartphones as well such as Samsung, Lenovo, Huawei, LG, and Sony.