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October 26, 2013 9:46:22 AM

Anyone please help me !
I am using sony xperia tipo (Single sim)!
I just love to play some of the big games on it!
And, i have downloaded some of them from play store!
As play store always install games on phone's internal storage, it is making my phone really slow!
So, Is there any way by which i can move these big games to my external memory card ?
Or, is there any way by which i can set external memory card as the default directory for downloading apps and games from even PLAY STORE ?
Thanks in advance!
October 26, 2013 2:51:31 PM

You can't save, move or install games or apps on to the memory card. The memory card can only be used for storing documents, pictures or videos.
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October 26, 2013 6:48:08 PM

Actually it's entirely possible, but it requires the device to be rooted.

The rooting process is usually above most users technical ability. However, if you really want to try it out, try searching Google for "xperia tipo root guide" and see what you can dig up.

Rooting is a dangerous process if not completed properly - you could wind up turning your phone into a paperweight with a battery if you make the slightest mistake. I have to be sure you understand the risks before you decide whether or not it's worth it to you to root. I take no responsibility if something does happen to go wrong.

If you decide to root your phone, the next step would be to get the apps on the SD card. You can set the phone to install there by default once you have root, or you can install apps and move them after the installation is complete.
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October 26, 2013 11:05:07 PM

Apanzee said:
Actually it's entirely possible, but it requires the device to be rooted.

The rooting process is usually above most users technical ability. However, if you really want to try it out, try searching Google for "xperia tipo root guide" and see what you can dig up.

Rooting is a dangerous process if not completed properly - you could wind up turning your phone into a paperweight with a battery if you make the slightest mistake. I have to be sure you understand the risks before you decide whether or not it's worth it to you to root. I take no responsibility if something does happen to go wrong.

If you decide to root your phone, the next step would be to get the apps on the SD card. You can set the phone to install there by default once you have root, or you can install apps and move them after the installation is complete.


Thank You and yeah its a dangerous process, so, i will not try this out !
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May 7, 2014 2:15:13 AM

after rooting??

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