If you have recently received your Galaxy S9 phone and wondering how to move apps to SD Card on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ then you are in the right place. In this guide, we will tell you how to move apps to SD Card on Galaxy S9/S9+. The procedure to move apps to SD Card is a little bit different in Android Oreo when compared to Android Nougat. It was fairly easier to move apps to SD Card in Android Nougat. However, it’s not rocket science in Android Oreo, but yes the procedure has changed and many of us are still searching for the option to move apps to SD Card.
Although Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+ has enough device memory to cater all the storage needs for your apps and data still you might need to move some of the data to SD Card. But keep one thing in mind, a cheap SD Card could slow down your phone. So, should you decide to move apps to SD Card, make sure you have a good enough card.
Now without any further ado, let’s jump straight to the guide and tell you how to move apps to SD Card on Galaxy S9.
How to Move Apps to SD Card on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+
- Launch Settings.
- In Settings App, navigate to the Apps Menu. Tap on Apps Menu to reveal the list of apps installed on your Galaxy S9.
- Now, Tap on the app you want to move to see its details. On App Info Page, Tap Storage and then Tap on Change.
- From the two options Select SD card (select Device memory if moving the app back from SD card).
- Now, wait until the app is moved to SD Card. You cannot use the app while it’s being moved to SD Card.
That’s it! You have successfully moved your apps to SD Card on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus. However, should you decide to change your SD Card in future, don’t forget to move back your apps to device storage first.