This app is very useful. I have a Galaxy Tab E, with 16GB internal storage and a 30GB single partition SD card. I am running Android 6.0.1 and I have a large number of apps installed. Being able to move apps to the SD card easily has proved invaluable. Link2SD show one a list of movable apps, makes moving them simple, and when the apps are loaded they run flawlessly. The app also indicates which apls reside on the SD card. My only issue is that sometimes the apps don't load on startup, although a hard reboot, or start/refresh of the app usually fixes this problem. Perhaps it happens because I only have a single partition SD card and the app seems to want a special Samsung 2 partition SD card. I have done just reached out to the developer and will postpost the results subsequently.
BUY THIS APP even if you don't need the extra features. really, for only around $2, the developer has done a fantastic job. i recently rooted my BLU LIFE XL and use this Link2SD with a 32G card to install all of my apps. i love it. it works perfectly, the FAQ is easy to understand and explains things very well. i may try to change the size of my SD card's partitions, or use a 64G card, because this tool is just SO useful! it makes it so that i WANT to load a ton more apps than i used to before (especially all of my Kobo, Kindle, and Google books).
Not working on Android 7.1 rooted. Used it on an older device worked great. Now with a SD with two partitions one fat the other partion ext2 or ext4 the mount script cannot be made. So the whole link2sd won't work at all! So sad because with my old device android 4.2 it worked great!
Fixed Netflix This app allowed me to get around the Netflix limitation of only storing downloaded offline content to internal memory. I can now put it all on my SD card. Worth the $2.35 I paid so I don't have to figure out how to do it all myself from the command line. You need root for this app to work.
Lovely app, and I've used it for years... However, the developer, for whatever reason, has delayed compatibility with Marshmallow + ... Have bought the Pro key, and retain my license, but, until things change drastically, have bought Apps2SD Pro, as the lady developer has stayed current with OS updates. Still, though, I'm amused at those who really don't know how to use their devices, and somehow expect Mr. Akpinar to give a training session. Folks, if you don't know how to root, or to use any of the advanced Android techniques, it's on you to learn... not on a developer of a specific-use app. Mr. Akpinar, when can we expect an update, good sir? You've said that full Marshmallow and Nougat functionality is forthcoming... Android 6.0.1 has been a going thing for more than a year now... Most new devices tend to come with at least that.
amazing concept that should exist native in Android, but there you go. I have a LG G Vista with 8 GB of memory, so as you can imagine I really needed this app. Once I spent the appropriate amount of time figuring out how to get the thing rooted (about 3 days) this was the first thing I got. It's worth while to get the paid version because it allows you to simlink everything to the card's second partition. Kudos
- fixed crash on Android Nougat (7.0)
** comprehensive support for Android Marshmallow and Nougat is on the way
- minor fixes