from ‘empty hen’ after they’ve successfully lavish us with free 1gb last week.
memory and therefore hinders them from installing reasonable applications on
their device. It becomes ridiculous when you attempt to install an app and your
Android phone start acting funny. If your internal memory is low, then this
memory of your Android phone. Ideally, you can’t increase your internal memory literally but
you can allow your Android phone to use some of your Memory card internal storage to install to some applications directly.
Rooted Android Phone
Link 2SD Application
to talk more about rooting. It will be very necessary to buttress a little bit
on Link2SD Application.
phones. It installs all the games and applications (except system apps that
have to remain on the phone memory) on SD card’s second partition (that you
have to create) and link them. This way, you can easily install apps and games
way beyond that ridiculous low internal storage your phone has.
The first thing we are going to do here is to partition our SD Card.
Install and run Minitools (Make sure you keep
a back up of your SD Card and equally note the driver letter of your SD Card.
Select your SD card from the listing and delete it. All your data will be gone
at this stage. Please remember to back up before deleting.
“Create as” on that drive letter.
If the size is
less than 2GB, select file system FAT. If it’s more than 2GB, select FAT32.
Do not select the
whole card as partition size. Turn the slider to the left and leave some space
on “unallocated space”. This will be the second “EXT” partition of your SD
Now, choose the
unallocated space again and select Create as -> Primary.
Now, choose EXT2
file system. You can let the whole space take over in this step.
your SD card.
Visit Google Play on your Android device to
Install and run the application. You may see a
screen asking for Superuser Permission (root permission) the first time you run
it. Make sure to select “Remember” and press Allow/Grant.
not rooted. On successful launch after gaining root permission. Link2SD will
ask you to select the file system of your second permission. We remember we set
it as ext2. So, ext2 it is.
and open Link2SD again, a dialogue will show up, press ok and click the icon
you will see on the screenshot below.
select all button. All of these apps will be selected.
Check all three boxes and touch OK.
and games (except system files) and create a link with them from the second
partition of your SD card. Touch OK when done.
Now, to make sure that every time you download something, it gets auto-linked
to the second partition, do the following:
Go to settings from Menu.
memory on your Android phone using this method.