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TF/SD Card

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#1 GingaOnFire


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Posted 30 September 2014 - 05:48 PM

I  have a TF/SD Card in my current tablet. If I put that in a new one would it have all the apps on the card on the tablet? What would happen? On my current tablet I have the TF/SD Card in and it gives me a lot of extra space but when I go to download more apps it just say I have insufficient storage available. How do I fix this? Thank You.

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Posted 30 September 2014 - 05:58 PM

Think of your SD card as an external drive. You move things where your OS and some apps are to your external drive{SD Card) to clear more space where the OS and other apps are. HOWEVER not all apps can move and still work while on the SD card. You will need an app to SD card utility to know which ones can move and still work.

If you put a new SD card in it will be blank. You have to transfer files if you want them on the new card.

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