Send to SD card

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About this app

Simple utility which allows to copy any file from any application to any folder on the SD card. Use "Send" or "Share" menu item.

This application works with your device filesystem, including filesystem on internal device memory and/or SD cards. If you don't know what the filesystem is, where the device's camera stores photos and where the Gallery application searches your photos/media files, and you don't have any experience with a file manager, please don't use this application.

When you use this application for the first time try it only copying the files, not moving, to be sure you can find and use the copies.

Please note that "Send to SD card" cannot send applications to SD card by itself. It can only save files which are sent by another applications.

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How to use:
* Choose "Send" or "Share" menu item in any application
* Choose "SD card"
* Choose any folder on SD card
* Tap "Copy here"

You can easily:
* Organize your photos or videos.
* Organize your files.
Updated on
Jan 11, 2015

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Ratings and reviews

29.8K reviews
A Google user
December 12, 2018
Completely useless. There is no way to change the default destination, and it is set for 'emulated'. That is the internal memory, not the SD card. So it will not move anything to the SD card, or even read the SD card. If it knew the difference between internal and external memory, then it would be great, but it doesn't, so it is utter junk. Would give it one star for no ads, and another for the great concept, but it really is not deserving of any at all for a non-functional app with a misleading name.
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Mihails Pudzs (Miha)
May 15, 2022
Used it successfully on my old Samsung Galaxy S7 phone to transfer files between internal storage and micro sd card. Now, in Samsung S20FE with newer version of Android tried to move my panorama pictures to DCIM/Camera and lost all images - they disappeared in original folder and did not appear in the destination folder. To developer: please, implement check for file actually appearing in the destination before you delete in source folder.
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A Google user
July 9, 2019
I really want this to work for me but I just can't find the option to choose a destination inside my SD card, the only directories I see in the list are the ones inside my INTERNAL MEMORY, I would recomend a change so you can go back to the root directory and select your External or Internal memory, this would make it a lot easier, I'll give it 3 stars, so -1 star for the bad directory explorer in the app's settings and -1 because you can't cancel the action of moving/copying once it started. :)
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What's new

* Ability to choose any external storage as initial folder
* Optimization of moving files within the same external storage
* Ability to move audio files
* Ability to copy contacts and calendar events
* Minor fixes
* Upgrade of Google Play Billing API