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One Click to Move Apps to SD Card in A Batch

Plan to save practical apps of various types on your Android phone, only to find that not enough space is available for these downloads? Don't worry! Why not move apps to SD card?

In this way, you can expand the storage space of your Android device to a great extent, so you are able to save as many apps as wanted on your Android device. So here come the problem - how do you easily transfer Android apps to SD card in a batch?

Actually, you can fully rely on this Android Data Manager, which allows you to effortlessly move apps to SD card in a batch. More importantly, this software can do much more. It enables you to transfer any files including contacts, messages, photos, videos, apps and many more freely between Android device and the computer, no matter you want to transfer files from Android to computer as a backup or import files from computer to your device without downloading again. Also, various devices like Samsung, HTC, Motorola, LG and etc. can be perfectly supported.

Below are the free trial versions! You can download the right one and give it a try by yourself!

Simple Guide to Move Apps to SD Card

First of all, open the installed software on the computer and then link your device to the computer. If you now see the below interface, enable USB debugging on your device.

(Note: Make sure the SD card is inserted into your Android device. Or if you are using a SD card reader, please link the reader to the computer.)

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Then this software will automatically detect your device and scan for all files saved on your device. You can then enter the Apps tab to preview more detailed file information. While previewing, tick out the wanted files and then select the SD card as the output location.

Finally, hit the Export option to move apps to SD card within simple click. On the promo dialogue, hit the OK option to transfer Android apps to SD card in one click.

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