I have an Android phone (Huawei U8651T) and I am able to xfer some of the apps to the SD card to preserve the internal memory (IM). Much of that memory is taken up by useless apps placed there by T-Mobile and they are not able to be xferred to the SD card nor are they able to be deleted.
As a result, the IM is used up quickly. That brings us to my problem.
When I try to add an app to the phone it is loaded to the IM first and then, if I am fortunate, it can be xferred to the SD card. In many cases, I cannot do that.
I now am in the position that when I try to add an app I get the message "Insufficient Memory Available." The problem with that message is I am trying to add an app that is 4.5m and I still have 18m of memory left on the phone.
I tried calling Google and they were very helpful. One of the suggestions is to unload an app and then load the one I want to load. After that is loaded, simply reload the app I removed. Damned if that didn't actually work!
So, apparently, the app that you are loading has to have room for temp files, or some such, to load; or it starts life as a compressed file and is larger installed than when downloaded.
So my question, after that long intro, is this: Is it possible to load the apps directly to the SD card instead of to the phone; and if so, how so? Can it be done on a pc or laptop and then placed back into the phone or can it be done directly through the phone's USB port to the SD card? Will the phone recognise the app after it is loaded to the SD card insead of to the phone?
Thanks in advance for any help/suggestions.