How to Move Applications to the SD Card with All-In-One Toolbox

By | December 25, 2014

move-app-to-sd-cardMoving apps to SD card frees up space on your phone’s internal storage and can speed up operation of the device. You can move your installed applications from your phone’s memory to the installed memory card if you are using Android version 2.2  or later. This allows you to free up space in your internal memory. According to Android, you should not store applications such as input devices (keyboards), live wallpapers or folders or applications with home-screen widgets on your memory card as this can negatively affect performance. Typically, these apps do not have an option for moving; however, games and other apps are safe to move.

All-In-One Toolbox is the best Android cleaner and memory booster. It is an amazing app that combines 29 system tools embracing all factors that matter to device performance. Main features include batch uninstall, move app to SD card, junk cleaner, App locker, Auto task manager, file manager, history cleaner, boost startup, task killer, memory report and more cool things. “Move app to SD Card” in All-In-One Toolbox  is an amazing feature  for Android users. Move app in the easiest way.

Moving Applications to the SD Card with All-In-One Toolbox

Tap the All-In-One Toolbox  to launch the application.

Go to “Toolbox” section under All-In-One Toolbox main screen

Scroll down and select “App 2 SDcard” under this section

Tap the name of the app you want to move.

Tap the “move selected” button on the“Move to SD Card” screen.

When the transfer is complete, a message appears confirming the application has been moved.

Key Features of ‘Move app to SD card” of All-In-One Toolbox

  • Move apps to SD card, Phone internal storage
  • disable the App
  • delete the App data
  • Show app details as size, install time, package etc
  • Open app
  • Uninstall the app
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