Root # All Data2SD card.





    The Ultimate Root tool to move the application's private data to SD.

    In addition to known Froyo 2.2 App2SD features, this tool creates an embedded EXT2 partition to your SD card (no manual formatting/partitioning required) and then it mounts it.

    Then it can move any applications private data to SD card, saving even more space because usually not the entire application can be moved to the SD (there are leftover libraries etc).

    Use at your own risk!
    Remember to backup your storage file! (/mnt/sdcard/rallsd/storage)!

    Mounting will also occur automatically when your device is restarted - no need to remount manually.

    IMPORTANT: After updating, be sure to re-allow it to get root (via SuperUser app) otherwise at the next restart it won't be able to mount the storage automatically.

    Oh, and yes I 'll take 1 MB from your internal memory for busybox and obviously this application cannot be moved to SD card itself ... until next update :)

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    Users comments for Root # All Data2SD card.

    Isaac White

    by Isaac White

    Jan 02, 2017  |  "Poor"

    My phone sucks :(

    A Google user

    by A Google user

    Nov 12, 2016  |  "Poor"

    This app include at bad apps

    Robert Dittrich

    by Robert Dittrich

    Sep 30, 2016  |  "Poor"

    Hoped this would solve my move to SD problem on my Xaiomi 1S, but after loading and giving it root access, it mounted the SD then it just did NOTHING and there were no options or anything.

    Savitha sunil

    by Savitha sunil

    Sep 24, 2016  |  "Poor"

    It creates mounted storage in the internal storage and pretends it is moving apps into it.

    Kazuaki Shimazaki

    by Kazuaki Shimazaki

    Sep 05, 2016  |  "Poor"

    The idiot program, like some of the other reviewers said, put the file on my INTERNAL SD. At least I managed to find the file and undo the damage.

    A Google user

    by A Google user

    Aug 30, 2016  |  "Awesome"