Move Apps from Memory Card to System Memory for Samsung Galaxy Tab S2
Edited by Train Wreck, Eng, VisiHow
Sometimes you need to move an application from your microSD card back to your Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 system memory. This can be for any number of reasons. For example you might have moved Angry Birds to your SD card, which we actually discuss in another tutorial. Then you may discover that the application runs a little more slowly, or that you needed to take the SD card out, but were unable to play Angry Birds without it.
It's times like you need to move the application from the microSD card back to the Tab S2 system memory. This tutorial will show you exactly how to move those applications back to system memory from the SD card.
Open the Application Manager
Move an Application to System Memory
- 3You will see a message when the application has been successfully moved back to system memory.
Move Additional Apps to System Memory
In the event that you are interested in moving a number of applications from your microSD card back to the system storage, but you're not sure what all of the applications are there is a way to see that too.
Make Sure Moved Apps Work
- 4You have successfully moved an application from your microSD card back to the system memory.Congratulations!
See other tutorials on Galaxy Tab S2: Download and Install ES File Explorer on a Samsung Galaxy Tab S2, Insert Memory Card for Samsung Galaxy Tab S2, Remove Memory Card for Samsung Galaxy Tab S2, Move Apps from System Memory to Memory Card for Samsung Galaxy Tab S2, Check if a Samsung Charger or Cable Is Original, Move Images from Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 to SD Card, Move Images from SD Card to Samsung Galaxy Tab S2, Unmount SD Card for Samsung Galaxy Tab S2, Mount SD Card for Samsung Galaxy Tab S2, Check Android Storage for Samsung Galaxy Tab S2, and Encrypt SD Card on Samsung Galaxy Tab S2.
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