Move Apps from SD Card to Galaxy S5
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You are watching VisiHow. Today, we are going to teach you to move files from your Android Smartphone memory card to the actual phone memory. To start with, let's press the lock button or the power button one time which is on the right side of the phone.
- 10At the top of this menu, we can scroll across, and we can see things that are running, all SD card or downloaded.In this case, we're going to go to SD card. What we're going to do is move the Angry Birds application from our SD card which is indicated by the green check to the phone's memory. As you can see now, we are at 3.1 GB.
- 15You'll see now on the SD card that is registers as 0.00 and our SD card memory has actually changed from 3.1 to 3.0.If we tap on the Angry Birds icon again, you can now see that we have the option to move it to the SD card. To make sure the application works, we're going to want to press the home button one time at the bottom of the phone.
- 20That will take us back to our home screen.This concludes our tutorial on moving applications from your SD card to the phone's internal memory. Thank-you for watching VisiHow. If you have additional questions, you need help or support, please let us know in the comments section below. Thank-you and have a great day.Advertisement
Video: Move Apps from SD card to Galaxy S5
Questions and Answers
My Galaxy S5 is not supporting SD card install.com?
My Galaxy S5 is not supporting my SD card, please help me
Galaxy S5 supports microSD cards up to 128 GB. If you are using a 256 GB one, then it may not work on the phone. To resolve your problem, do the following:
- remove the microSD card from your phone and insert another one that works. If they both are not working or you do not have a second microSD card, then gently attempt to push your microSD card farther into the slot. Do not break anything when you do that;
- take the microSD out, insert it into another phone, and see if it works;
- insert the microSD into a card reader of a computer and format it using a FAT32 and exFAT file systems with any sector size:
- to insert the microSD card into the card reader, you may need to resort to the use of a microSD-to-SD adapter, remembering to place its switch to the unlocked position to let you write onto the card.
- format the card. For example, in Windows 10, open File Explorer by pressing the Windows key and "E" and right-click the disk drive with the microSD card. Select "Format..." Click the "File system" drop-down menu to select "FAT32" or "exFAT" (you will want to use the other one if your card will not work). You can choose the lowest value in "Allocation unit size" for better results. Uncheck "Quick Format" just in case and click "Start". When the format has been finished, remove the microSD safely from the computer by using the system tray area (click the USB icon and select "Eject"), reinsert the microSD into your phone, and see if it works.
- If nothing helps, then you may wish to bring your phone to a [www.samsung.com/my/support/servicelocation/ Samsung service center] with the microSD card inside.
- If you have problems with any of these steps, ask a question for more help, or post in the comments section below.
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