By : Bulent Akpinar

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  • Requirements
    Android Min: Android 2.3 (Gingerbread, API 9) Target: Android 7.1 (Nougat MR1, API 25)
  • Date added
    Mar 16, 2018
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Link2SD is a application manager which makes it simple for both Android 2.0+ consumers in their apparatus to transfer programs to the SD card. It allows you to supervise your storage and apps readily.

Key Features:

Connect apk, dex and lib documents of programs on SD card

Vehicle clear cache support (Plus)

Automatically connect recently installed programs (optional)

Transfer any user programs to SD Though the program Doesn't encourage moving to SD ("force transfer")

Shows the programs that support shifting to SD with indigenous app2sd

Place the default install location of these programs; automobile, internal, or external

Batch link, unlink, reboot, reboot, "transfer to SD", "proceed to call" functions

Notify when movable programs installed

Uninstall system software (bloatware elimination)

Freeze and un-freeze users and system programs

Convert system programs into user programs

Convert user programs into system programs

Integrate "Upgraded" system programs into strategy (ROM)

Clear cache and data of this program

Batch clear cache and data of the programs that are chosen

Clear all programs cache in once (1-tap cache cleaner with no origin)

Exclusion listing for "Apparent all program cache" work

Notify if complete cache size exceeds designated dimensions

Reboot supervisor includes off power, regular reboot, fast (sexy) reboot, and reboot restoration, reboot bootloader / install style

Publish widget to boot using one click

List programs, reveal detailed size info and connection status

Wide Selection of options to filter and sort programs

Search programs by title

Share the Play Store connect along with the APK (program's complete package) record of this programs

Create shortcut for Those programs

Support 40+ languages.

How it operates:

Linking programs

Link2SD employs a secondary partition onto your SD card also uses it as a different section of storage.

This keeps the document structure which the system anticipates with the majority of the data transferred to the SD card.

Linking obb and outside information folders of programs and games

On devices which have emulated SD card, obb and outside information folders are situated in the internal memory, perhaps not at the outside (actual) SD card.

Link2SD moves those folders into the 1st or the 2nd partition of your outside SD card (based upon your choice) and together with all the shuffle option of the mount control remounts the document hierarchy in external SD card when it's still accessible at the initial site.

Everything you want:

Linking programs

- root consent

- instant partition on SD card

You ought to have two walls on your own SD card and the two ought to be main.

You want to use a more non-FAT file system (ext2, ext3, ext4 or even f2fs) in your 2nd partition so as to connect program's data files that are private. Since the FAT file system (FAT16, FAT32 or even exFAT) doesn't support UNIX file ownership or permissions and can give rise to a safety breakdown of program's personal files.

Link2SD doesn't make the second partition, so you have to make it all yourself.

Linking obb and outside information folders of programs and games

- root consent

Secondly partition on SD card is discretionary, folders may be transferred to the 1st or even 2nd next partition of this SD card.

Link2SD also supplies native App2SD characteristic of Android OS. It may transfer any user programs to SD card (induce transfer), together with batch transferring capacity.

Link2SD is a free (ad supported) program, you can update to Link2SD Plus to eliminate advertisements and get extra capabilities.

DISCLAIMER: This is made readily available to be used in your own risk with no guarantee of any sort.

- bug fixes and improvements.

- added support for Android O (8.0+)

- added support for linking oat files (on Android 6.0+)

- fixed issues on mounting the 2nd partition at boot ** if you have mount issues run "Recreate mount scripts"