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Discussion in 'Android Applications Discussions' started by bansheegoof, Oct 3, 2010.
Title says it all.thanks.
This needs more explaining...
Apps to SD or Titanium Backup. Titanium can do more.
I want to put my apps on my card and run them from there so I can free up space on my phones memory.
If you are running 2.2 then no 3rd party app is needed, it's a stock option with Froyo...go to settings/applications/manage appliications/choose application/move to SD card
Yes, you can move some this way, but the majority of apps aren't yet built to transfer to the sd card like this, so that this won't be an option for most apps at the current time in the method described above.
Maybe it's just because of the Custom ROM I am running but there is not one application I have installed that cannot be moved to my SD card
so with titanium, after i move my apps to the sd card, they then will run from the card freeing up my phones internal memory???
Strictly speaking, moving apps to the SD card doesn't free any phone "memory", it just frees internal storage. Unless I am running out of internal storage I do not move any apps to the SD card, that only slows down my phone in certain situations. I prefer to delete apps that I do not use.
My wording is off.my internal storage is almost full.there are only. A few apps I don't want.I want to move the apps to my SD card and run them from there. Will this slow down phone performance? Can I do this?
I would move your least used apps, they might be a little slower to start but it is probably unnoticeable in most cases.
wow, I didn't realize Titanium could do that. duh! Very cool.