Use SD Card as Internal Storage in Android

Today in this tutorial I'll teach you how you guys can use SD card as Internal Storage. To make this happen you need to follow these simple steps that are written below.


1: In first step you need to enable developers mode and USB debugging. You can do this by following these simple steps.
1.1: Go to Settings -> About -> Build Number. Press Build Number few times and then you will receive a notification like this "You are now a developer!". It means you have successfully enabled Developer Mode.






1.2 Now the next step is you have to enable USB Debugging. For this purpose you have to go Settings -> Developers Options -> USB Debugging



2: In the second step you have to download a package that you will use to run some commands. Click Here to Download Package.
When you download ZIP from this link you have to extract it. After extracting go inside the folder and press Shift + Right Click from your keyboard and mouse. And open Windows Command or Windows Power Shell


3: After that you need to run these commands on the power shell or Windows Command.
3.1 adb shell
3.2 sm list-disks
Now you will see a list of all disks like "disk:179,64"
3.3 sm partition disk:179,64 mixed 10
This command will take few minutes so be patient.
3.4 sm set-force-adoptable false



This was the last step now you are good to go. Now your SD card will also be used as Internal Storage. Even you can move Your apps data in the SD card. :-)

Use SD Card as Internal Storage in Android Use SD Card as Internal Storage in Android Reviewed by Muhammad Awais on 12:42 Rating: 5