I have a Samsung Galaxy Ace White S5830i. I bought a microSD card 4GG.
Where can I change the download settings for my apps? I want them to be downloaded to my microSD card. Right now the apps are downloaded to my phone using my internal memory.
there is no way to enable this, bt to use 3rd party applications to do the moving for you. although there can be some options to tweak the android os, or hack it! :) bt I dnt recommend doing such things!
thank you all for the replies i was looking for that solution .
anyway all the replies till now are telling you to download another app to either transfer you apps after installing or downloading apk files, but if you want to install android apps directly on SD card, then install cyanogen mod, it will let you partition SD card for apps and after that applications will be downloaded to SD card by default.
Thanks for the information.
by default, all downloads go to /sdcard/downloads, and since android engineers decided to put the /sdcard directory in internal memory, you are going to have to either move them yourself using a file explorer.
You can change download directory under Menu> More> Settings> Privacy & Personal Data>
Download android apps directly to SD card. Changing default location.
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Go through Chris Hoffman's article, this should do.