Using an android device can really be a depressing situation, you find those great apps and games alas the processes involved in running the app is just way too much for your device. this is just a short tutorial to show you how to get around this issue.
What you need:
· A computer
· Your android phone (rooted)
· A memory card (From 4gb and above.)
· Minitool partition wizard software installed on your computer (download)
· Link2SD installed on your android phone.
· Connect your phone to your computer in data storage mode
· Back up existing files on the memory card to the computer
· Format memory card, preferably a full format.
· Open Minitool partition wizard
· Locate your SD Card (memory card), right click and select move/resize
· A new window will open with a slider. Drag the slider to the left to create empty space on your memory card. Create up to 512mb/1Gb depending on your personal preference then click okay.
· Now you will see an unallocated partition under your memory card. Right click it and select “create”.
· Use the following parameters: Partition Label-Any name you chose; Create as- Primary; Drive Letter- Choose any; File System: FAT32; Cluster Size-Default.
· Click OK
· Locate Apply in the top left corner of the app window and click it
· Wait for the changes to be applied. After it is done, disconnect your phone from your PC
· Now on the phone, go to the Google Play store (or any other app market you have installed on your android phone) and download Link2SD
· Once it is done downloading and installing, run the app.
· Super user will ask for permissions for running this app. Select “Allow”
· Next, the app will try to build a list of all the apps installed on your phone. When it is done, it will ask you to select a partition type. Select FAT32. After this, you will be asked to restart your phone to mount the new partition. Restart the phone.
· Once it is done restarting, open Link2SD again.
· Now push your menu button, then select the button marked “multiselect”. A checkbox will appear beside all the apps
· Then select “select all”. All the check boxes will now be marked. ( System apps can’t be moved)
· Next, push the button marked “action” and a list appears. From this list, select “move to SD card” (at this point, you might get a prompt asking you to enable USB debugging. Select OK, and a setting page would appear. Check enable USB Debugging, then OK if a pop up appears. Once this is done, return to Link2SD, select actions and then select “move to SD card”
· Wait for the apps to be moved to the SD card. Once this is done, you will be returned to the apps list. Push the menu button, select multi select, then select all. Select actions but this time, select “Create Link”. A new screen would appear with three options that have checkboxes beside them. Check all three boxes, then select OK (or create link, depending on what version f Link2SD you are using)
· Wait for the links to be created and your memory problems are solved! Check your available internal memory and you’ll see ample space is now available and your phone will stop notifying you of low memory errors.
NOTE: If, after doing this, your notifications stop or widgets stop working, you might have to change the notifications settings in the app’s settings. If this doesn’t work, you might want to move the app back to phone memory.