AppInstaller EX can help you: 1. Install app from SD Card 2. Uninstall app 3. Delete apk file in SD Card 4. Backup app to SD Card 5. View app info in Google Play 6. Send apk file to friends 7. App2SD 8. Batch Install/Uninstall/Delete/Backup apps
* Please make sure your settings allow you to install non-market apps. You can enable it under Settings → Applications/Security → Unknown sources. * Long press on the app item in "Install App" page will pop-menu for more action. * App2SD need device and app itself supports. * Not all apps can be backup or App2SD.
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Problem !!!!!!! I unistalled the app and then Every time I try to install the app it doesn't because there is no storage yet when I open the storage statistics I find that there is nearlly 300mb free so what's wrong ???
google play I unistalled the GOOGLE PLAY app and then Every time I try to install the app it doesn't becauseit shows that there is no sufficient storage space yet when I open the storage statistics I find that there free space available, so what's wrong ???
Useful but flawed This App would be much improved if you could specify where to backup Apps to. It backs up to the Root of the SDCARD, which is useless if the manufacturer has emulated the Sdcard in the devices internal memory, you need to backup to a specifiable folder on either extSdCard or UsbDriveA etc.