for Android 1.6 and above
What you need:
-Android Device (version 1.6 and above,ROOTED) *
-MicroSD any capacity/class
-MicroSD Reader or MicroUSB cable
*For instructions on Rooting your device, kindly follow these instructions before proceeding:
What I used:
-Xperia X10 Mini Pro
-4GB Sandisk MicroSD Class 2
-USB Broadband Stick as card reader
-PC running on Windows Vista Home Basic
-MiniTool Partitioning Wizard Home Edition
Back up all data on your MicroSD.
Connect your phone/card reader with the SD Card and simply copy and paste all your files to your PC or to another MicroSD.
Partitioning your MicroSD.
Download and Install Minitool Partioning Wizard Home Edition.
Plug your phone/card reader with the SD card to the PC and launch Minitool.
Your Micro SD should appear.
Right-click on it and choose Delete current partition. (It should say ”unallocated space”)
Right-click again and now choose Create.
1st partition: SD Card Mass Storage
(for you music, photos,documents, etc.)
On the Create window, input the ff. in the fields,
(You may leave the name blank)
Choose primary then FAT32 format.
Use the slider to set how much space you want to allocate for the first drive. (Mine is 50:50 around 2gb for each partition)
2nd partition: Will contain apps to be moved by Link2SD.
Right click on the unallocated space you left and choose Create.
You may leave the name blank,
Choose primary again and now you may either use ext2, ext3 or FAT32. (I used FAT32)
And then Create.
Now insert/mount the MicroSD into your phone. Download(see link below) and launch Link2sd. You may now choose the apps you want to move to your external memory.
TIP: Leave essential apps in the internal memory such as your launcher,sms,camera and others so you would have trouble loading them on start-up.
For assitance, you may leave a comment.
Thanks for reading and I sure hope this helps!
MiniTool Partition Wizard Home Edition(pwhe6.exe 8.54mb) via Download.com
Link2sd(.apk file 171kb) go to this link using your Android Device
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