The 158mb internal memory on the Galaxy Ace can quickly become a real pain for a user fond of utilizing the maximum apps on an Android cell phone. Almost most old, and budget oriented devices are plagued by this very issue where the internal memory runs out and you find yourself wondering which app to delete in order to make a new one. Luckily for the users of the Galaxy Ace, these worries can now be bid farewell to if your device is already rooted and has ClockworkMod recovery 5 installed. Unlike before where users had to partition the SD card on the PC using programs like gPart, this can now be done through the recovery.
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This method will also take use of an app called S2E and once all the partitions are made, we’ll proceed with the final touch, that is the app itself. So here’s what you need, and how you can enable Apps2SD on your Galaxy Ace in no time.
Disclaimer: Please attempt this guide at your own risk. MobileCruze.Net Tips won’t be responsible in case your device bricks or any other damage occurs due to this method.
The reboot will take some time because of the Dalvic Cache being moved to the SD card. Now on whenever you install something, it will be installed to the SD card leaving the internal memory untouched. But do note, that some widgets or applications installed to the SD card may not work and will in fact have to be moved to the internal storage. Launcher apps are a prime example of such sorts.
Enable Apps2SD On Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830 Using ClockworkMod Recovery