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    how do u install apps straight to ur sdcard instead of phone memory

    how do u install apps straight to ur sdcard instead of phone memory? i jeard it could be done but i cant figure it out. who can help me?
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    apps2sd is the app IIRC.....

    I believe you need to be rooted and should have a class 6 sdcard.
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    does it load it onto the card or just put the .apk on the card?
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    I haven't heard that it can be done. Can you provide a link to your source of information?

    Edit: I did find http://wiki.cyanogenmod.com/index.php/Apps2SD
    and http://androidandme.com/2009/08/news...droid-apps2sd/, but I don't know if it has been done on the Droid yet. If it has I'm sure we'd be seeing a lot of threads about it.
    Last edited by aaf709; 04-03-2010 at 09:55 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aaf709 View Post
    I haven't heard that it can be done. Can you provide a link to your source of information?

    Edit: I did find Apps2SD - CyanogenMod Wiki
    i read someone talk about on here and if u go in the market and open up mobile defense it says for rooted users to d/l to sd card so that it wont ever get uninstalled in case of lost or stolen and acts like low jack.. check out for ur self
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    Quote Originally Posted by marcogiudice View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by aaf709 View Post
    I haven't heard that it can be done. Can you provide a link to your source of information?

    Edit: I did find Apps2SD - CyanogenMod Wiki
    i read someone talk about on here and if u go in the market and open up mobile defense it says for rooted users to d/l to sd card so that it wont ever get uninstalled in case of lost or stolen and acts like low jack.. check out for ur self
    Actually, it says to install it as a System app.... Which I believe means install it via ADB with "adb push mobiledefense.apk /system/app"

    this makes it so it cannot be removed by simply going to the app manager.
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    aff- wow i think reading that link, it was a little to advance for me. theres not an easier way. im going to try the iirc thing out
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave12308 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by marcogiudice View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by aaf709 View Post
    I haven't heard that it can be done. Can you provide a link to your source of information?

    Edit: I did find Apps2SD - CyanogenMod Wiki
    i read someone talk about on here and if u go in the market and open up mobile defense it says for rooted users to d/l to sd card so that it wont ever get uninstalled in case of lost or stolen and acts like low jack.. check out for ur self
    Actually, it says to install it as a System app.... Which I believe means install it via ADB with "adb push mobiledefense.apk /system/app"

    this makes it so it cannot be removed by simply going to the app manager.
    ok can u help me do this im not that quick when it comes to all the techinal stuff can u pm and help thro the process
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    Not trying to sound rude but IMO you really shouldn't root our do any of this if you don't understand what you're doing or can't take the initiative to research. There are a lot of resources here and on other sites.

    What makes you think you need to install to the SD card? Are you actually running out of phone memory?
    Last edited by takeshi; 04-03-2010 at 10:08 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by takeshi View Post
    Not trying to sound rude but IMO you really shouldn't root our do any of this if you don't understand what you're doing or can't take the initiative to research. There are a lot of resources here and on other sites.

    What makes you think you need to install to the SD card? Are you actually running out of phone memory?
    thanks but ur opinion dnt mean nothing to me and i rooted my phone by myself and i did the research and obviously im having a hard time thats y theres a forum to ask for peoples help when they dont understand sometime. not everyone has ur intelligence levels. btw if u aint got any words to help me in my process of learnin IMO! stay the eff off the thread
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