How to Move Apps from the SD Card to the Phone Internal Storage of Android 4.4.4 KitKat Device?

When you have shifted, installed, moved or downloaded some apps on the SD card of your Android 4.4.4 KitKat device, you may move / move back the apps to the internal storage of your phone. It may be necessary to vacate some space on the SD card for storing some important data or to increase the performance of your Android phone or to install more apps in it.

But remember; only the apps, which are downloaded to SD Card, can be moved to phone storage.

It is simple process if the instructions are followed.

Instructions

Command Line: Settings > Apps – DEVICE > Apps: ON SD CARD.

1: Follow the Command Line to open up the ‘Apps’ screen.

2: Swipe to the right of the screen to the ‘ON SD CARD’.

3: Tap any app to check the ‘App info’ of any app. If the ‘Move to phone’ button on the ‘App info’ screen is enabled, it can be moved to the phone internal storage.

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4: Tap any app, which is checked, and see the status of the ‘App info’. See the ‘Move to phone’ button is there and is enabled. KitKat-Apps-to-Phone3

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5: Tap the ‘Move to phone’ and see its status is changed to ‘Moving’. After few moments, the status of the ‘Moving’ will be changed to ‘Move to SD card’, indicating that the app has been moved to the phone internal storage.

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6: See on the ‘ON SD CARD’, the app, moved to the phone is not checked now, i.e. move from SD card.KitKat-Apps-to-Phone8

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How to Move Downloaded Apps from Internal Storage to SD Card in Android 4.4.4 KitKat Device?

 When you have got the SD card, inserted and installed in your Android 4.4.4 KitKat device, with exceptionally large external storage capacity, then you must use its good storage capacity to lessen the load on your Android device. It will not only increase its speed but also will smoothen the working of your Android device. After moving some of the apps to the SD card, you may get more space in the USB storage of your Android device to download and install more apps in it.

But, you must keep in mind that all those apps which are either built in in the OS, which need to remain attached with the OS or Apps preferred by Google to work in close association with Android OS, cannot be removed from internal storage.

For the purpose, follow the instructions.

Instructions

Command Line: Settings > Apps – DEVICE > Apps.

1: Follow the Command Line to open up the ‘Apps’ screen.

2: At the ‘Apps’ screen, see a list of the DOWNLOADED apps.

3: Tap any app to open its ‘App info’.

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4: Scroll the ‘App info’ downward and see the ‘Move to SD card’ button is disabled, i.e. Android OS does not allow to move this app to SD card.

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5: Go back to DOWNLOADED app and select and tap any other app which can be moved.

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6: Scroll down to the ‘App info’ and see the ‘Move to SD card’ button is active and enabled, i.e. it can be moved to SD card. KitKat-Apps-Move-5

7: Tap the ‘Move to SD card’ button and it will be disabled, and in background, its status is changed to ‘Moving’. KitKat-Apps-Move-6

8: Go back to the DOWNLOADED apps screen and see the moved apps is not there.

9: Swipe the screen to the right to the ‘ON SD CARD’ and the app which was moved from DOWNLOADED is checked. i.e. it is there. KitKat-Apps-Move-7

Now, start shifting unnecessary DOWNLOADED apps to SD card and get your Android device, quicker and speedier.

That’s all!

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How to See Total Used & Free Internal Storage for Downloaded Apps in Android 4.4.4 KitKat Devices?

Need to review the downloaded apps in your Android 4.4.4 KitKat device is felt when you are willing to download some apps from the Google Play store. It is a better to keep a constant eye on the total used and/or free internal storage space, left in your Android phone. It is time to decide about the fate of the downloaded apps in your Android phone, i.e. whether to get more space for new apps or not.

To check the used and free internal storage space for downloaded apps in your Android device is an easy step if instructions are followed.

Instructions

Command Line: Settings > Apps – DEVICE > Apps Scree.

1: Follow the Command Line to open up the ‘Apps’ screen. See the DOWNLOADED apps at the extreme left of the screen.

2: See the used and free internal storage at the bottom of the ‘Apps’ screen. These are:

Used: 1.0 GB (See at the bottom left)

Free: 257 MB (See at the Bottom right) KitKat-Downloaded-Apps

Now it is time to decide to download more apps or to uninstall some of the unnecessary apps to get more free internal storage.

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How to See Downloaded Apps on Internal Storage in Android 4.4.4 KitKat Phone?

It is always better to keep a constant eye on the downloaded apps to avoid the excessive load on storage of your Android 4.4.4 KitKat phone. It will not only increase the speed and performance of your Android phone but also will keep your downloaded apps in eye.

It is easy to see the downloaded apps by following the instructions.

Instructions

Command Line: Settings > Apps – DEVICE > Apps – DOWNLOADED.

1: Follow the Command Line to open ‘Apps’ screen.

2: See the DOWNLOADED apps by scrolling the list of apps download. You will find many apps which may not be useful / appropriate / unnecessary / rather harmful to your phone mobile / users.

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How to Check Available Space for Installing Apps in Internal Storage of Android 4.4.4 KitKat?

It is a wise act to check the available internal storage space before installing apps in Android 4.4.4 KitKat. It is recommended to check so that you may decide before the purchase or download of apps from store or your phone may either stop to respond or become slow due to less available space. Checking the available space in the internal storage is a simple process.

Instructions

 Command Line: Settings > Storage – DEVICE > Storage – INTERNAL STORAGE > Available.

1: Tap the ‘Settings’ on the Home screen of your Android 4.4.4 KitKat phone. KitKatInternalSorage1

2: At the ‘Settings’ screen, tap the storage under the DEVICE to open up the Storage screen. KitKatInternalSorage2

3: At the ‘Storage’ screen, see under INTERNAL STORAGE. There are two statuses; Total Space and Available. KitKatInternalSorage3

See the available internal space, on my phone, is 635MB which can be used for installing more apps. But, be careful not to use the full available space as it would make your phone rather very slow.

Note: The more available space in internal storage, the quicker your phone will be.

That’s all!

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