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The Galaxy S7 doesn't have a menu button. How do I access content settings to make my apps download to the SD card by default?

I want to set up my phone to download apps to the SD card by default. I have an LG tablet and an S7 with a virtually identical interface. Neither of them have a menu button on the bottom left. The button just shows a layered view of all the opened apps. I can't find content settings anywhere. There is no "default storage option" or if there is, the article doesn't show how to get to it on the latest version of Android (where there is no longer a menu button that you can open options within an app).

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