By default on your android lollipop (5.1.1) device, new app will be install in local storage / device storage. In the latest android 5.1.1 devices, you can easily transfer app from internal storage to SD card without using app or rooting your device. You can easily move app to SD card android 5.1.1 & other device such as Samsung galaxy J7 & J5, Samsung galaxy S6 Edge & S6 edge plus, Samsung galaxy S7 & S7 edge, Galaxy S7, Galaxy S5 / S4, Galaxy note 4 / 3, Asus zenfone, Lenovo, HTC One, and latest android 6.0 marshmallow devices.
In the latest android lollipop devices not comes with a large internal storage so need of external SD card. You can use external SD card to expand the device storage. In this tutorial, I will show you how to move app to SD card android 5.1.1, android 4.4 and marshmallow (android 6.0) device without root your android phone or tablet.
5 simple steps: How to move app to SD card android 5.1.1 / 4.4.2 / android 6.0
Step 1: Open “Settings” app on your android lollipop and other devices
Step 2: Scroll down until see device section & tap on “Application”
Step 3: Under applications, tap on “Application manger”
Step 4: Tap on “Download tab”
Now tap & hold the app want to move SD card / microSD card. You can see the below screen on your android phone or tablet device.
Step 5: Click on “Move to SD card”
If you have not use SD card on your device then see this message on screen: your phone does not have a SD card. Insert SD card or micro SD card.
If you want to move app back again to internal storage, tap on “move to device storage” button.
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