This app Files To SD Card is used to quickly move, copy or backup files from internal memory to your phone's SD card. With this program, you can free up with one click your device internal memory or backup your files to the SD card.
✔ Free up space by moving your files (documents, downloads, photos, videos and other) to SD Card
✔ Back up your data to SD card
✔ Save time, fast and easy usage
✔ Select specific files by file extensions
✔ Notification of new files via Notification
Regular use of Files To SD Card gives you one-click free space on your internal memory. You can quickly move or backup your photos, videos or downloads from your device to SD card.
If you want to protect your files, regularly copy your files to SD card and you will always have up-to-date back up of your files from internal memory to SD card. When you copy files repeatedly, existing files on the SD card are automatically skipped.
Just select files you want to move or copy (back up), click a big button and that’s all, fast and easy.
You can also select specific files to move / copy by file extension and move or backup your files faster.
App displays large preview of files with more details which appear after a long touch of the selected file
With the new function "Notification", you will never forget to clean up the internal memory regularly for proper operation of your phone. Just select how often you´d like to display notifications of new files on your phone.
App is especially useful for devices with low internal memory capacity, which does not allow the phone to store the captured content directly on the SD card, or for users who want to quickly and easily back up files to SD card.
Also suitable for Android Go.
Vodafone Smart Prime 6, Lenovo A2010 LTE, Moto G, Samsung Galaxy Core Prime VE, Sony Xperia M4, Nokia One.
The first time you use it and every time the device is restarted, you need to set access rights to the SD card.
For example for photo transfer (DCIM directory) first run app and then:
It is impossible to move apps to SD card using Files To SD Card ! App is intended for moving files. You can move or back up files like documents, photos or videos and files of some apps, for example photos from Facebook or Whatsapp.
If you move the data files that an application uses, it can happen, that app will not work properly.
If it is supported by the device manufacturer and programmer of particular app, here is only one method via:
OS Android -> Options -> Apps and Settings -> Select App -> Move to SD.
This may not work for all apps and not for all devices (manufacturers), but it's the only option for transfering apps to SD.
It is default set selecting from all files you have on internal storage.
To select from specific files you have to:
Files you move to SD card with Files To SD Card should be on SD Card in the same structure as on the internal memory. App moves only files you choose.
There is no way of using of my program to move files back. You must find files via other FilesManager application and try move back or connect device with PC via MTP protocol and find and copy files from SD to intternal memory.
Some devices, especially with System Android One, do not support exFAT SD card format, but only Fat32. Therefore only files with a maximum size of 4 GB can be transferred. You will not move or copy files larger than 4GB to an SD card formatted with Fat32. The Fat32 format does not allow larger files of 4 GB. In this case, Try before using SD card to format the SD card on computer with exFat format.
If you still have full memory, it's probably caused by the number of installed apps.
The internal repository is divided into several parts of which two are main.
One is for the Android operating system and the installed apps (each app has its own storage), another part is the internal memory stuff for the files. From internal memory, our application is moving files to SD.
If it wants to free up more space and increase internal memory, you will need to focus on moving the apps to the SD card but this may not always work.
This must be enabled by the application developer and device manufacturer. Furthermore, the app must not contain services.
No app can move Apps, only invokes Android system settings, that is the only way it goes.
Settings -> Apps -> (sel) App -> and here is a button to move to the SD card
(So maybe, maybe, if everything is OK by a developer, phone manufacturer, services.)
There is still a possibility to clean the application store.
Settings -> Apps -> (sel) App -> Storages -> Cleer data
Another option is to uninstall unneeded apps.