24 Dec 2014

Install large files/games from playstore directly to sdcard using a xposed module

In the recent times we are seeing a lot of mid-range phone coming with great capable chipsets
The major letdown with some of those popular devices is its limited insternal storage.

They either come  with  4gb or 8gb and with option to expand storage.

What ever the app or games that are coming these days have  high visual effects and lot more function as result  the size of those apps is huge. After installing one or two highend games we will get short of storage and will not be able to install other heavy games or apps unless you unstall previously downloaded apps.

ofcourse the android os(kk) permits you to move apps to sdcard,  you can end up moving only some apps. you will not be able to move all heavy games or apps.

How ever  rooting your phone allows you to move apps to sdcard.there are lots of apps that help you to move your apps to sd but they are limited. you will be able to move them only after installing the whole game in internal storage.

Suggestion: you may also read What is Root?

Here is an exposed  module that allows the apps(app data or obb) to be installed directly to sdcard.
Use WSM tool if you are using miui.
Note: Use only aosp based or cm based MIUI to use on this. Otherwise you can get into bootloop.


Download: XinternalSD

install it. Activate the module and then Reboot the phone
open the app and follow these simple steps:


1.open the module
2.click on path to install SD card

3.change the path to "/storage/sdcard1/" as shown in the picture. and tick custom internal SD path

4.install  the  sdfix  by nextapp inc. from play store.

5.Run it click on continue.

6. reboot phone now


Now you will be able to install large games or files from playstore
directly to sdcard.  Enjoy!


Install large files/games from playstore directly to sdcard using a xposed module Reviewed by Gadgets Troop on 14:41 Rating: 5 In the recent times we are seeing a lot of mid-range phone coming with great capable chipsets The ...

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