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Link2SD‏ for Android

Bulent Akpinar
إدارة التطبيق كاملة، والانتقال إلى SD، ذاكرة التخزين المؤقت واضحة، وإزالة من bloatware وأكثر من ذلك
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  • thebikinipost

    thebikinipost Excellent utility Used on my older beloved Motorola device to increase available storage. Improved my device's stability, usability, and speed. Worked great with ext3 formatted partition.

  • theotilton

    theotilton Thank You This app fixed my low storage issue without any hassle. All I had to do was integrate updates to system.

  • lini_2000

    lini_2000 Thank You This app fixed my low storage issue without any hassle. All I had to do was integrate updates to system.. Recommend to get Link2SD APK

  • Daphne105

    Daphne105 Not bad to display full system path of an app! And with display of Obb/cache... size! But, should have a filter on 'Movable' AND 'Internal to SD', as currently Movable display both On SD and On Internal Memory, in a ...long ...list! No!

  • vadiabeavisdunn

    vadiabeavisdunn Apps disappearing I have xolo q700s rooted. Android 4.4.2 beta veraion for xolo q700s apps are disappearing after linked.. Bt it was working fine on android 4.2.2 . pls fix soon. I an giving five stars

  • shopforbandwidth

    shopforbandwidth Apps disappearing I have xolo q700s rooted. Android 4.4.2 beta veraion for xolo q700s apps are disappearing after linked.. Bt it was working fine on android 4.2.2 . pls fix soon. I an giving five stars. Recommend to install Link2SD APK

  • Donald52

    Donald52 Simply amazing Works great with galaxy y duos. Easily move your user apps to sdcard , clear up the dalvik cache etc. Works great like a pro :D

  • nina1010

    nina1010 WORKS! Thank you for an awesome easy to use app. My acer iconia did not allow to move to sd card and needless to say I ran out of room quick. This was just what I needed to be able to download some of the essential games and productivity apps I needed.

  • myInternetPress

    myInternetPress Causes Boot-Loop in Xperia L I am facing trouble in mounting 2nd partition (ext4) of the SD card using Link2SD in Rooted Xperia L. Like many people have faced. I experienced a Boot-Loop. After taking out the partitioned SD card, fortunately the phone boots fine. Even it boots without any problem with non-partitioned SD card, too. There is unofficial solution of enabling support for init.d using apps like Init.d Toggler. But, I find it surprising why it boot-loop-ed initially, i.e. when init.d was disabled. It could fail to mount the partition, that is acceptable. But, how come just the presence of /etc/init.d/11link2sd script make it boot-loop? Even before trying Link2SD, I had both /etc/init.d and /etc/init.d/00stop_ric script present. There are the leftover from the Getroot method I applied to root my Xperia. So, neither the phone not having init.d support nor the creation of init.d folder can be the cause of boot-loop. Definitely, either the presence of /etc/init.d/11link2sd script or something else which we are missing (Developer of Link2SD, Akpinar should be able to correctly answer) is/are the cause of boot-loop. @Akpinar Please let us know what Link2SD exactly does while creating Mount script.

  • MsEtiquetteLady

    MsEtiquetteLady WORKS! Thank you for an awesome easy to use app. My acer iconia did not allow to move to sd card and needless to say I ran out of room quick. This was just what I needed to be able to download some of the essential games and productivity apps I needed.. Recommend to get Link2SD APK

  • maisoon

    maisoon Causes Boot-Loop in Xperia L I am facing trouble in mounting 2nd partition (ext4) of the SD card using Link2SD in Rooted Xperia L. Like many people have faced. I experienced a Boot-Loop. After taking out the partitioned SD card, fortunately the phone boots fine. Even it boots without any problem with non-partitioned SD card, too. There is unofficial solution of enabling support for init.d using apps like Init.d Toggler. But, I find it surprising why it boot-loop-ed initially, i.e. when init.d was disabled. It could fail to mount the partition, that is acceptable. But, how come just the presence of /etc/init.d/11link2sd script make it boot-loop? Even before trying Link2SD, I had both /etc/init.d and /etc/init.d/00stop_ric script present. There are the leftover from the Getroot method I applied to root my Xperia. So, neither the phone not having init.d support nor the creation of init.d folder can be the cause of boot-loop. Definitely, either the presence of /etc/init.d/11link2sd script or something else which we are missing (Developer of Link2SD, Akpinar should be able to correctly answer) is/are the cause of boot-loop. @Akpinar Please let us know what Link2SD exactly does while creating Mount script.. Recommend to install Link2SD APK

  • Nouvellen

    Nouvellen Irreplaceable app First app that goes on my phone more than useful for us with limited ram p500. Thanks for keeping the free version available used for years now.cheers

  • kipper

    kipper Too awesome, should be built in to android os Don't know why I never reviewed this sooner. Great app. Works as it says, and removes limitations you would be stuck with because of standard app to SD. Thankfully I could root my phone too use it. Why only 4 stars? Plus. Have been using it before it existed and disappointed you have to buy it to get all of the features.

  • lyricaldoodles

    lyricaldoodles EXCELLENT UTILITY Finally froze the system apps that I couldn't access previously, for FREE! Thought I'd have to buy Titanium Backup or Greenify. LINK2SD to the rescue! Extremely useful app!

  • ge083393

    ge083393 Thank you for making this app. My phone would be basically worthless with what little built in storage it has. And of course it can't utilize the SD card without some help. So thank you thank you for the help.

  • jfjsiu

    jfjsiu couldnt give more than 5 stars my phone has 190mb internal memory, but with this application, i've started installing apps in my partition and its simply amazing to know that my internal memory is empty now! Wow!

  • elafmurad

    elafmurad Makes my Samsung Ace useful again! Superb app. Does what it is supposed to do... It lets me put apps on a new partition on my SD card but makes the phone think they are in internal memory. Now I don't have to choose between apps due to a lack of internal memory. Widgets too think they are in int memory. Thanks so much!

  • carolinqa

    carolinqa Leave the rest, its the best The only app that I have been using since I got my first droid. Other than the xda forum app.

  • kenny01

    kenny01 It just works Since I put an Ext4 partition onto my SD card and deployed Link2SD memory problems have disappeared.

  • bobbiejoe

    bobbiejoe i liked it very much I love dis app but the latest update sucks as it always gives an error than forcd close ..plz solve dis problem