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Saturday, July 28, 2012

How To Install Android Apps on SD Card Without Rooting

No doubt there are lots of Apps available for Android devices in Android market, but you need bulk space to install them on your phone. As all the Android apps by default install on phone memory and not in SD card therefore you will face the problem to install apps on SD card due to limited storage space on phone memory.
If you want to install large app on your Android device and your device does not have sufficient memory then you must perhaps delete some of your data from phone memory to free up the space for app. However it is obviously not a good way because every time you want to install heavy app you need to delete some data from memory.
Another way to Install Android apps in SD card is to Root your Android device. Unfortunately Rooting will void warranty of your device and sometime you may get trouble from it.
So if you want to Install Android apps in your SD card without Rooting then just follow the steps or instructions mentioned below. Actually this trick will simply change the default location of installing Android apps.
  • Backup all your applications using ASTRO File Manager. If your phone is already rooted then you can use Titanium backup for same.
  • Back up all contacts to SD Card.
  • Download Java Development Kit (JDK).
  • Then you need to download Android Software Development Kit.
  • Disable Antivirus and other security apps as it may interrupt the flashing process
  • Enable USB Debugging by Settings>Applications>Development and ensure that USB Debugging is checked.
  • Charge your phone up-to 80% battery mark.

Steps to Install Android Apps to SD Card:
Step 1: After you have Download the Android SDK, move to folder where you install it and run SDK Manager.exe. This utility will allow you to communicate with your Android device.
For example in Window 7 user can find it in C:android-sdk-windows
Step 2: In SDK Manager make sure that Android SDK Tool and Android SDK Platform-Tool are checked as shown if figure below-:
Step 3: Click on “Install Package” button and after that close SDK Manager.
Step 4: connect your phone to PC via USB cable. Make sure that USB Debugging is enabled.
Step 5: Open Command Prompt mode by pressing “Window + R” key and switch to /platform-tools folder.
For example in Window 7 user can write in following manner
cd C:android-sdk-windowsplatform-tools
Step 6: Now type in command prompt as “adb devices” to check whether your phone is connected to your PC or not. If it appears “offline” then you need to check the USB cable. Enter “netstat” command to check whether the port is in use or not.
Step 7: After that enter the command “setInstallLocation” which will show you the current value of InstallLocation of your device. It will accept three values given below.
0 [auto]: Let the phone decide the best location for an app
1 [internal]: It installs everything in the internal storage
2 [external]: It installs everything in the memory card
Step 8: Now if you want to change the default memory install location then you need to run the following command
adb shell pm setInstallLocation 2
Step 9: If there is no error message then everything works fine. Just restart the phone and you will be able to install the Android apps in SD card.

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