Although Android 2.2 (Froyo) allow you to move installed apps from your phone's memory to SD card memory, yet installing your apps directly to SD card by default is the tricky part. First you need is a rooted Android 2.2 device with Terminal Emulator app installed on it, just incase if Terminal Emulator app is not working, you can use Move2SD Enabler app to achieve the same goal.
Method 1: Using Terminal Emulator App
- Go to Settings -> Applications -> Development and check "USB debugging" option.
- Download and install "Terminal Emulator" app from Android Market and use the following commands to change default installation location for apps to SD-card.
pm setInstallLocation 2
Method 2: Using Move2SD Enabler App
- Download and install "Move2SD Enabler" from Android Market for FREE. Once installed, launch the app and it'll guide to enable "USB debugging" option.
- Tap on the "External" option and hit the "Apply" button.
Thats it! From now on, all of your apps will be installed directly on your SD-card.Contact Us for News Tips, Corrections and Feedback