Brilliant app, brilliant solution My S4 Active storage (16GB, but a lot less is free for apps) soon filled up with less than 100 apps. Standard Move to SD was so frustrating because it killed off widgets, and because it had to be repeated after each update. Links2SD solves these issues completely - I have an 8G partition on my SD card and over 250 apps there all working and updating seamlessly as if they were in storage
Plss.. Fix the update thing!. U know when I move the game and when it updates .the game won't open I guess the update reasons and its back's to my memory device it should be in the external SD card. What if for example pvz 2 has to be update & I update it but when its finish game won't open and I don't have memory left in my device so I can't move it .pls. fix it thanks
I've been looking forbthis since my OG Droid in '09. Enables my current S4 to use far more apps by moving non-performance-critical apps to partition on extsd. Only way to make better would be a partition manager built in! Down-rating for unresponsive dev.
Great app, needs a tutorial section Used this app for 3-4 years I think, never seen anything as easy to use or as complete as this one. Still, makes me sad to see bad reviews from people who don't bother reading or Googling stuff. I suggest moving the current tutorial from "about" to its own section. Or make a startup tutorial, and maybe put a link for "how to partition sd card" for those who don't know Google exists ;)
Nightmare Since using Link2SD, disaster struck one after another. After linking google play services and restart, all that depend on it stopped working. After expanding to 128GB SD, formatted the second partition to ext4, linked half ton of apps, after reboot, all disappeared! To recover from this situation, I am working day and night to get back each app of the right version and used up cell data!
On my LG-X, was unable to successfully move any apps to SD. Received pop-up message of 800mb cache/leftover files to clean - with push click 'yes' to do so. A second later, same pop-up, again, and again. Even tapping 'cancel' will make pop-up disappear 4 only for seconds, before it becomes annoying. Of course, I'd like it to do its job! It's not. Uninstalled.
- fixed crash on Android Nougat (7.0)
** comprehensive support for Android Marshmallow and Nougat is on the way
- minor fixes