It is very easy to move apps to micoSD card on Galaxy S7 with the latest Android and Samsung’s custom UX combo.
In the past, this was a highly requested feature but as developers become smarter, some features have become very handy, especially this one that has to do with your internal memory.
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When you move apps to the SD card on your Samsung Galaxy S7, you will free up space in your phone. Apps are originally designed to be installed and run on your internal storage. This flexible feature enhances your performance with the device.
For users who have not been able to move apps to SD card on Galaxy S7, this guide will also help you change all that.
However, you will be able to use this guide to also move apps to SD card on Galaxy S7 edge. The process is the same. You were not expecting something different, right?
Move Apps To microSD Card On Galaxy S7 – What Works!
- Go to “Apps” > “Settings”
- Tap “Applications”
- Tap “Application manager”
- Tap the app you intend moving to the mircoSD card
- Tap “storage”. (If the “storage” is unavailable, it means the particular app can’t be moved)
- Tap “Change”
- Tap “SD card”
- Tap “Move”
This is how to move apps to microSD card on Galaxy S7 and by extension, Galaxy S7 Edge. It is quite different from the way you move photos to SD card on Galaxy S7 or move music to SD card on Galaxy S7.
The approach here can be scaring initially, but once you get a hold of it by doing it regularly, sooner or later, it will look so easy, and you’d appreciate its value overtime.
Nevertheless, if you can’t move apps to SD card on Samsung Galaxy S7, it simply means the app wasn’t optimized for that function or the particular app is built-in. In this case, if you uninstall the app by mistake or remove the SD card, then it is possible the Galaxy S7 will stop functioning properly.
You are advised to only move apps that will not affect the functionality and performance of your smartphone.
If you have problems trying to carry out this guide and you still can’t move apps to SD card on Galaxy S7, you can drop a comment and we’d respond to it within 48-hours.
So, that’s how stuff works here. This is everything you need to know right now. Cheers!