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Windows Phone devices, while not as popular as other systems, have become a viable mobile system for many small to medium businesses. There are a wide variety of useful features available on the system these phones use, including the ability to move or install apps onto a MicroSD card. If your device has an SD slot, here is how you can install apps onto it.
Before you start moving apps to your MicroSD card, you should be aware that this feature works best on devices running Windows Phone 8.1. So, if you are not running this version on your device, the following tips may not work. Also, not every Windows Phone device has an expandable memory slot, so it is best to first check the technical specifications for your device.
This option is best for when your device’s main hard drive is full and you want to install apps while keeping existing ones. You can set it so that any future apps will be automatically installed onto your device’s MicroSD card instead of the hard drive, by:
Note that because the MicroSD card is removable from your device, you will need to have the card that has the apps installed on it plugged into your device in order for these to work.
If you have apps installed that you would like to move to the SD card, such as apps that you don’t use as often, you can do so by:
While this is useful, not every app can be moved over to your SD card as this is actually up to whether the developer has selected for their app to be movable or not.
If you are looking to learn more about using your Windows Phone and to find out what you can achieve with it, make the call to us today.
Published on 31st July 2014 by Jeanne DeWitt.