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The latest update Windows Phone 8.1 has many interesting features, including the ability to move applications between phone memory and SD card. This feature can be very useful if you have a cheap Windows phone like Lumia 520 or Lumia 620 with 8GB of internal memory, as you can now install larger applications or games on the SD card. This article covers the SD card section of Windows Phone 8.1 update and explains how to move applications between the SD card and phone memory.
Transfer applications from the phone memory to the SD card in Windows Phone
Setting the settings:
If you want an application installed on your device to pass to the SD card, you must change some settings on your device. The instructions are as follows:
1 Open Storage Sense application list.
2 Press Save new applications to
3 Change the option to SD card.
If you also want to register new SD card downloads, you can do so by following a similar procedure in Storage Sense.
Now any application installed or file downloaded to your device is automatically saved to the SD card.
Move applications between SD card and phone memory
1 Open Storage Sense from application list.
2 Touch the bar with the phone’s memory status.
3. click on apps+games.
4. touch the application you want to move
5. click Move to SD.
A similar procedure can be used to move applications from the SD card to the phone. Instead, in step 2, press the status bar on the SD card memory. With this new feature, you can install more applications, and now you can install even bigger applications/games like Asphalt 8 without losing space.
Another feature I found interesting in this update is the official file manager. Yes, you can download the official Windows Phone Files file manager from the shop. With this file manager, you can easily manage data, copy, move and delete files. You can even move files from your phone to the SD card or vice versa.
The new Storage Sense application is really useful and you can move or uninstall applications, delete temporary files and much more. The new update has many more features, so stay tuned to the windowsbulletin.com to learn more about them.