There are hundreds of Android users who are set back because they are not able to transfer their Android apps from Internal Storage to External Storage. Many Android devices have the integration in Settings -> Applications to move the app to a different storage, while some don’t. There is one good Android app called “GL to SD(root)” published by tnslf2k on the Google Play Store. GL to SD(root) is compatible on all rooted Android devices and those which run on Android 2.2 and above.
With GL to SD(root) users can move huge games to external SD card. At the same time, users can customize the mounted folder in the settings section. This app is very easy to use, but at the same time there are many intricate settings which have to be enforced so there are a few steps below which could be followed.
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PUT TO USE :
- Use the “Move Data” function to move your game data to the external SDcard.
- Run GL to SD(root) and it lists the games
- Click ‘Open’ to play.
- In case you want to click the desktop icon to execute or update from PlayStore, you will have to un-check “Unmount when leaving” in app setting and click Mount.
- To remove a game, you will have to press and hold on the respective game.