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> I have a rooted device. Can I get additional features?
> Yes! If you have rooted your device you can install Cerberus as a system application and get many additional features, including complete uninstall protection (Cerberus will survive a factory reset) and GPS auto-enabling when you start tracking the device.
> The easiest way to install Cerberus as a system app is with the "Convert to system app" feature of Link2SD: install the app, open it, long-press on Cerberus in the list of installed apps and select "Convert to system app".
I had the same Moto E, before I upgraded to a Nexus 6P.
You need to root. You can then delete the Google apps you don't use/need. Also, you can move Google apps across; get Link2SD, which will then let you move pretty much every app over.
Also install a custom ROM. It will get rid of the Moto apps you don't want.
What are you talking about? It's still on the play store.
I both loved and hated this app. Loved because i could save internal storage by moving apps to the memory card. Hated it because it made the apps and the phone slower. Plus it meant sacrificing the precious little space I had in my 4GB memory card.
But then I switched to a Galaxy SIII so I no longer had any use for this app. And now I'm on the Nexus 6P with no external storage.
I use XInternalSD to force apps to use SD card.
It works really well for extra files that apps create, like, caches, game assets, or obb.
It also works with apps that automatically save files but do not allow user to change save location, like, screen capturing. With XInternalSD, all my screenshots are automatically saved into SD card.
Though, it does not work with files located in '../data/data/'
If you want to move everything to SD card, you would need other apps, like, Link2SD.
Get Link2SD app for android, partition magic for PC, follow this guide.
Some changes though: repartition the SD Card instead of deleting / reformatting, and read what file system your phone uses with Google Android's SDK adb mount and format the partition as that file system for your best chance of success.
1GB Jellybean user, Link2SD is a lifesaver, The free version worked so well I spent google opinion rewards credits on it for the full version. The only drawback is apps take longer to load at boot time, but oh my gog did I need the space.
You can move internal app data to external storage with apps like Link2SD which is what I'll do after all this encrypted ext4 nonsense. Go 3rd party!
If you’re rooted I use to use an app called link2sd which forced apps that aren’t allowed to be on SD cards to be on SD cards. It should work for most apps but I’m not sure if it works for newer android versions (and like I said you do have to be rooted). https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.buak.Link2SD&hl=en
Yes, Link2SD is excellent, or at least it used to be. It has been almost a year since it was last updated, so I don't know how well it works on newer phones.
When I had a phone with low memory, I found that root was essential to make the device usable. Once you have root, then you can use these tools:
Note that uninstalling a system app will not automatically give you more usable space (except the the space gained by removing updates and data), since deleting the app just frees up space in the system partition. To get more usable space in the user partition, you need to move apps or updates from the user partition to the system partition.
Here's what I did:
1. Root my device with Magisk.
2. Install Link2SD
3. Install GPS Joystick
4. Set GPS Joystick as a system app using Link2SD, and turn on the "Enable System Mode" option in the GPS Joystick settings.
You can find plenty of guides of how to install Magisk online.
Assuming you are rooted, I suggest using Link2SD to move some system apps out of the /system partition. You could also uninstall them if you want. This will clear some room for you to flash Xposed via TWRP.
Once you have decided which system apps you want to move (I moved Google Fit, Google+ and Hangouts because I didn't use them much):
That should be it. I just updated my Nexus 6 to the MMB29Q build and moving Google Fit, Google+ and Hangouts cleared over 50MB of storage which should be more than enough to flash Xposed.
I've never tried this so use at your own discretion. There is an app called Link2SD that apparently can set new installs to your SD card. i would research it a little more before trying it. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.buak.Link2SD&hl=en
You're at the mercy of the apps, unfortunately. If there's an option to save to the SD card then fair enough but if not then there's no real way to force it. Apps themselves have to be installed on device/internal memory (the 'Move to SD Card' option hasn't been a feature of Android for some time). Since Android 6 there has been an option to format the SD card as 'Adoptable Storage'; effectively extra internal memory, but it's still up to the device as to what gets stored there.
If you're feeling adventurous, it may be possible to root your tablet. You can then partition your SD card and use Link2SD to move app files and some associated data to the SD card partition.
Link2SD is great at clearing all your cache from apps, you can select which ones you don't want cached, sort by cache sizes
The paid version can clear caches automatically, Some phones need permissions that aren't available in stock, use the free version first & if you buy the upgrade just test the settings quickly so you can still get a refund
Google has made it clear they don't want that. The speed of an sd card is far too slow to support apps, especially as apps get bigger.
If you find you need more space get a phone that meets that demand. I doubt you will see this option come back. Even as phones and sd cards get faster and more secure they will still have the same issue because internal will remain the clear speed winner.
However you may try something like this...
Tambien podría intentar conseguir la APK en un teléfono que ya la tenga instalada, pero no recuerdo si necesita acceso root para eso. Creo que con Link2SD se pueden compartir APKs... una vez lo hice, pero no recuerdo si la aplicación que me sirvió fue esa.
No way to stop this without root unfortunately. The best you can do is use an app like Link2SD that will notify you when any newly installed/updated app can be moved to SD and take you straight to the option to move it. It won't do it automatically though so you'll still have to manually move it back each time you update an app.
Non-root? At least in the past root made it possible to move any apps to SD card, e.g. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.buak.Link2SD
With a custom ROM if you're willing to do it and if your phone is supported (e.g. LineageOS) you could probably save several GBs worth of space together with installing a minimal Gapps package.
Well, the phone in question has less than 1/3 of the space needed to hold the game, so unless you can get this (requires that the manufacturer not disable this feature) or this (requires rooted phone) to work you're out of luck.
You should be able to do it using the Link2SD app which doesn't need root: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.buak.Link2SD , although it DOES need root for "external app data" as that is normally never stored on the SD card (unless the app itself is smart enough) and therefore it's gotta fool around with system settings.
Alternatively, changing to a supported custom ROM, like LineageOS, should also be able to do it without needing root.
Are you sure the app has that possibility?
Actually, I don't think I have ever seen that option either. Just checked a few random apps that might have had it. Does this require the adoptable storage?
You mentioned Titanium so you're rooted? Maybe you can use Link2SD, which can move anything to normal SD card and then it just creates symlinks of the direcotires.
It's trying to generate thumbnails for those images but can't because you're out of space. If your phone is rooted and support SD card storage, look into Link2SD to conserve on-board storage.
You can't, really, and you probably don't want to (loading apps would take awhile and apps would lag because your SD card reads/writes slower than your internal storage).
You can install apps to the SD card, but you need root if you aren't on Android 6.0, but like I said, unless you're using a Class 10 SD card, you're going to have a bad time using the external SD card for internal usage.
Older versions of Android won't automatically save data to the SD Card. You can use Link2SD, but it requires root and it's unstable.
Your best bet would be to wait for the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update for your phone, which has an "adoptable" storage feature - basically makes your SD Card behave like internal storage.
PS: If this answers your query, please reply with "Solved". Thanks!
That is why applications like this exist for rooted devices to mount the storage as writable at boot on KitKat: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.buak.Link2SD&hl=en
Here they talk about the combined storage and writing to usb drives.
This might help: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.buak.Link2SD
Also, once the Pure upgrades to Marshmallow, it should handle SD cards better, treating it the same as the on board storage and making it easy to install apps on it without using third party apps like the one above. At least I hope that's the case since I just ordered a 16gb Pure myself!
If you have a removable sd card you can make a second ext2 partition with Partition Wizard and use Link2SD to create symbolic links so that the phone thinks an app is installed in internal memory while the app files are in the ext2 partition of your sd card.
The only downside to that is that it needs root and if you remove your sd card the linked apps will keep crashing untill you reboot your phone.
Hi, just came across your question - as far as I've been able to figure out, it can't be rooted as yet. I found some useful info here re. freeing up storage space though!
You'll need an app like link2sd which I think also requires root.
I've used this app on old phones with low internal storage. However, this was a while ago, so I don't know if this is still the best app to use (searching app2sd in the play store brings up a lot of options) or even if there is now an option to do this directly from the OS. You might be best cross-posting this with /r/android.
Looks resonable to me. It's possible that there are some more "hidden" partitions on the device, if and how many depends on the manufacturer.
By the way, in case you still run into problems with space at some point, try out Link2SD. It allows you to move your apps onto an external SDCard. It takes some tinkering to get it to work, but it saved my ass both on my Xperia V and my Galaxy S2.
If you root (or not) I believe you can move a considerable amount of the applications to the external sd card if you use link2sd. You have to partition the external sd first, but it is not that difficult and there are tutorials on how to do it. Here is the link to the app:
I use Link2SD. It does require you to make a second partition on your SD card though, and the apps get moved into that. I just got a 32GB sd card and made a 10GB partition to put moved apps into. It seems to work really well. The only issue I've had with it is right after a reboot or hard power-on, it might take a minute or so for your moved apps to be seen by the phone. This might be just because I've got a crappy Blu Advance 4.0 phone though...
Here's a tutorial on how to use Link2SD by the folks at rootmyandroid.org. And yes, you'll need root privileges to run Link2SD.
there's plenty of general purpose rooting tools and depending on partition schemes you may be able to modify partition sizes, but this would be all manual.
link2sd is the easiest way I know of. there's some other apps i think but many are platform specific.
Do you mean Adoptable Storage?
You can always use an app like Link2SD. It's been around forever, and is more configurable - lets you choose which folders to link to the SD card.
Most apps can't be moved directly to the external SD card, or won't work properly if they are.
If your device is rooted you can partition the SD card and use Link2SD or Apps2SD to move apps to the 2nd partition with links back to the main memory.
Link2SD does mention partitions, which are things I don't know how to use yet. I'm going to hold off on getting it until I know more about the other apps like it. Like if they have any of the Plus features already. I'm not against buying it, but there's no reason not to get another app if it has the features I want too.
Edit: Almost forgot to ask this. Is there any setting I should checkmark in Link2SD, if I get it?
I haven't owned a phone with an SD card slot in a long time, but I think there was an option to set the SD card as primary in the storage settings somewhere. Maybe not.
Since you're rooted, you can use Link2SD to automatically move an installed app to the sd card, but it still installs on the phone before immediately moving it to the SD card.
If you're rooted you can symlink folders like you mentioned with Link2SD, but pretty sure you'll need to be rooted.
Alternatively, you can use an app like FolderSync to automatically move those files (using the instant sync option). Of course some apps may lose connection to them if you do this.
There's no easy answer.
i'm not on nougat so i don't know if this works but link2sd says that "comprehensive nougat support" is on its way. but maybe you should try it right now, the latest update also says that it fixed crashes on nougat so i guess it might work? not sure but give it a shot
You can make a symlink to an external directory instead as long as your external device mounts on android.
Apps like Link2SD can handle this for you.
on stock / ROMs without that feature you can use link2sd to elevate apps to system level, which somewhat protects it from being killed
If you root it you can use Link2SD to force move apps to the SD card,
and not just the apk, but also the other space hogging parts like the app's internal data, dex, etc.
You can use an app like Link2SD to setup symbolic links. This will basically help you move apps to the SD card, including anything they have in internal memory. Just make sure that internal memory box is checked.
I'm not sure if there's an app that can move multiple apps. Have you tried Link2sd?
If you haven't I suggest you give it a try. To use it just open the app and hold the application you want to move and touch "move to sd" some "stock" apps require root iirc but you can move games to sd
link2sd is one of the options, rather decent one. Went with it on old HTC Desire phone with 500Mb internal. It can send up to 100% of app + data + etc. (with pro version). There are few limitations. Find and read instructions on how to properly use it first.
What version of Android are you running? If it's Marshmallow (6.0) you could enable Adoptable Storage. If you're still on Lollipop, you'll need to use an app like Link2SD, but that requires root.
I ordered this one
Class 10 uhs-1 should do it.
If you want more control over sdcard you can move apps with link2sd on play store
If you have already removed absolutely every unneeded app then I think you're out of luck...
I would root, remove space wasting bloatware / stock apps if there are any and use an app called Link2SD which makes it possible to move all apps to SD card (also the ones that normally can't be moved) by "symlinking" them so that the phone still thinks they're on the internal storage, but in reality they're on the SD card.
I think Link2SD does that.
It can also " force move" apps that don't usually move to SD card.
Do you have root? You can install Link2SD and change the preference there. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.buak.Link2SD
If not, follow this guide using usb debugging and adb. https://www.quora.com/How-do-I-move-apps-to-a-SD-card-automatically-while-installing-them-on-an-Android-phone-Jelly-Bean-version-What-are-the-selections-I-need-to-make-in-Settings?share=1
This is a known issue on some devices. Unfortunately, ROM Toolbox Pro is no longer in development, and been abandoned about an year ago.
I'd recommend using a different app, such as Link2SD.
Link2SD can do that for you. You've got to remember that it's doing that, though, because it often means that apps you don't want on your SD card download there automatically — widgets and such — and they won't work properly from there.
But it's a simple fix; all you have to do is start up Link2SD and manually move them to your internal storage. And with most apps, it's not a problem in the first place.
Edit: forgot to add link https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.buak.Link2SD&hl=en
You can move things to SD card within Android. If you side load this, it may work as well. Since Amazon is supporting SD cards on tablets now. It should.
> As it stands, the 8GB version is not worth it. You will very quickly run out of app room as many apps these days won't run off of the SD card.
I use Link2SD to get around that on my first gen LTE, but it requires root.
> Does your system go laggier the more heavy you are on the internal memory size side?
I wouldn't know. I'm rooted and use Link2SD, so most of my stuff is on the SD card anyway. I have 2.13GB free on my internal storage (38%).
And, just to be clear, I have a first gen LTE not a 3rd gen.
I have used Link2SD in the past on some of my phones for moving apps to the SD card using symlink. Its pretty painless once its setup, and you can have it auto symlink when you install new apps.
I'm not sure it'll work, but you could try.
Link2SD is an app used mainly for android devices that have lower internal memory. It creates a "front" (link) in the system that connects to the data stored somewhere else (SD card). If I were you, I'd completely uninstall the game, redownload and install it, before opening it, open Link2SD and create a link for BF to your SD card and then open the it and let the game download the data to the card (through Link2SD - works in the background).
It's a hail mary, and you might have to buy the license for the Plus version to be able to link stuff besides the apk file and the library. And you'll need to prepare your SD card for it.
It isn't worth getting. There are other, better designed apps that provide the main features of ROM Toolbox:
For batch operations (freezing, uninstalling, system app conversion):
I paid full price for ROM Toolbox when I first got into modding, but stopped using it a long time ago. Looks too dated for one, but it also has occasional compatibility issues with new Android releases (due to the infrequency of its developer's support)
Link2SD will help fix your problem. You will probably need to root and buy the plus version.
+1 for Link2SD. Note that it needs root.
If you have root and a decent sized SD card you should install Link2SD which will let you fully move apps to the SD card.
If you're rooted, try link2sd, an app that helps you move app files to the sd card. I've had great success with it on 2 phones.
I just compared Link2SD, App2SD Pro, Foldermount, and SD Maid.
App2SD's description concerning the other apps:
>Link2SD (link to sd): Link apk, odex, dex, lib, internal data, external data and obb folders of user/system apps/games to SD card 2nd partition
>Foldermount/Folder link (Link/Mount folders between internal/external sd card)
Jeez, the amount of features has to be seen to be believed. And this is a free Pro version. So far I think using Titanium Backup, then TWRP Backup, then doing App2SD and SD Maid is a good idea.
And of course, when I can, I'll buy the Pro versions of Titanium Backup and SD Maid.
You want the LG F3Q. Came out in February 2014, is the last non-Blackberry Android device with a keyboard. Dual-core 1.2 Ghz processor, 1GB RAM. Downsides: Stuck on Android 4.1.2; Only 4GB internal memory, 2.5 GB of which is dedicated to the OS.
For the best experience, you need to root it, install TWRP recovery, and use a specially-partitioned MicroSD card and Link2SD so you can have a reasonable amount of internal storage. Consider also using Nova Launcher, which is lower on resource utilization than the default.
My daily driver is an F3Q and they will have to pry it from my cold dead hands; unless somebody else releases another keyboard phone, that is. The phone has been discontinued but you can usually find refurbished units on ebay.
It does, actually. Root protection has not been an issue for around 2-3 months, now.
Link2SD lets Android users move any app to the SD card. Requires root and a second partition on the SD card. That app is why I'm able to use a Moto G with 8GB of internal storage as my daily driver. I have a 128GB SD card.
My SD card also has an offline version of English Wikipedia, a map of my state for offline turn-by-turn navigation, and Linux ISOs to boot computers from without needing to carry a flash drive. And obviously, 4K video would be another reason to buy a high capacity card.
The article says this 256GB card will cost $250. A cheaper alternative would be to buy two 128GB cards and a Meenova Dash micro. One card in your phone, and the other accessed by USB.
Despite all the stuff I keep on my card (I use my phone without a cellular data connection), I have yet to come close to filling my 128GB card.
you can use adb to pull your /data partition, I guess.
as far as I'm aware, kingroot just changes some file permissions or something, so you can't really brick your phone. same with framaroot. and I don't know why you wouldn't want SuperSU... having a phone where all apps have full root access isn't very safe. let me see if I can find a KDZ file for you or whatever.
oh yeah I forgot. you can use Link2SD to move apps, but only if your sdcard has an ext4 partition. you can also use FolderMount to move app data and other files from your internal sdcard to your external one.
I wasn't able to find a kdz for your phone, but you can probably extract it yourself with this
O telemóvel tem 4gb de memória interna, certo? Infelizmente hoje em dia isso não é suficiente, vais ter de sobreviver só com as aplicações essenciais, muitas das aplicações de sistema da google têm tendência de inchar (já tive a google play store a ocupar mais de 300mb de espaço) e a única coisa que consegues fazer quanto a isso é apagares os dados da aplicação (nas propriedades, onde estão as aplicações listadas, seleciona a aplicação e tens lá a opção para desinstalar ou apagar os dados), mas isso é apenas uma solução temporária porque esses dados irão eventualmente ser repostos através de atualizações.
Existe uma alternativa que envolve fazeres root ao telemóvel e instalares o Link2SD, que irá transferir os dados das aplicações (inclusive algumas de sistema) para o cartão e criar uma ligação virtual na memória to telefone (como um atalho), mas as aplicações instaladas no cartão tendem a ser mais lentas e não convém depois tirares o cartão com o telemóvel ligado, porém não tenho certeza se é possível fazer root ao vodafone smart 4.
O que te digo é, aguenta por agora com o telemóvel e junta algum dinheiro para comprares um novo que tenha pelo menos 8Gb de memória interna (e mesmo assim é pouco) e 1GB de RAM, no mínimo, e dá preferência a marcas conhecidas (evita Acer), procura por reviews, e verifica se existe comunidade em torno do telemóvel, olhando só para as especificações tens, por exemplo, o Wiko Pulp
Wait, you can't really use the SD card for anything on the Moto X Pure with Lollipop?
EDIT: Can't you use an app like Link2SD?: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.buak.Link2SD
Shrink? No. But If it's rooted https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.buak.Link2SD (you'll need the license for the big stuff)
Try this utility: Link2SD (Your phone must be rooted)
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Root it, install Lineage 14 and use Link2SD to put apps on the SD card.
Go to the apps info> storage. If you can't do it from there, try Link2sd
Galaxy Tab A is easily rooted.
Just search XDA.
Another app can move to SD
When you say SD card, do you mean the internal SDcard folder on the device, or an external microSD card installed as additional storage? If you mean an external card, this sounds like a job for Link2SD (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.buak.Link2SD)
Link2SD requires a rooted device. It is intended to let you move apps to an SDcard and run them from there. The card needs to have a Linux ext4 file system on it.
I did that from Windows by putting the card in an adapter, partitioning it, and formatting the second partition as ext4 using the freeware Mini-Tool Partition Manager from https://www.partitionwizard.com/free-partition-manager.html (NB: the partition must be created as a primary partition for this to work. For what you are doing, you might choose to just format the entire card as ext4.)
Put the partitioned card in the device, reboot, and Android sees it has another native file system and mount it.
Apps are downloaded normally, then Link2SD can move them to the card and create symlinks in the root file system pointing to them. Android follows the symlink and loads and runs the app. You need root to be able to create the symlinks in the root file system.
For what you want to do, you need the payware Plus version of Link2SD (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.buak.link2sdplus) That unlocks additional features. In particular, it lets you move app data to the card as well as the app itself. That sounds like what you need.
Take a look, and let me know if it helps you.
If it's an android phone have you tried link2sd? https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.buak.Link2SD
I used Link2SD to convert it to a system app. I found it the easiest method after systemize kept having issues.
I don't have any games or save data yet, which is why I've been asking about these things before I get too deep. Plus it's a fresh new custom rom.
So the SD Card will handle music files, games and apps, emulators and roms, and rom save files without partitions?
I'm really confused here. I thought FAT32 was for music, video, images etc. And ext4 was for games and apps.
If SD Card Movement is already in the settings, then what's the point of these apps like Link2SD, App2SD Pro, Foldermount, SD Maid, or any other app that moves games to the SD Card? I've seen people recommend and use these apps a lot. And now I don't know if I should use them, or just go to settings.
Have you tried Link2SD?
Does https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.buak.Link2SD work?
Link2SD will automatically move apps to SD card. It needs root and a partitioned SD card.
Se vc tiver root, o Link2SD faz isso com alguns cliques.
You could try an app like Link2SD to allow you to move apps to an SD card.
I've found these app. Which one is better? Adb or these?
I think you can move the place where app are installed using Link2SD
In general, you can't DL apps directly to an SD card. The reason is the file system.
Android is a Linux system. Apps on Android must reside on a Linux filesystem.
Android devices are generally set up with device flash configured so that part of it appears as an internal SD card. Android will let you partially move some apps to that card to save space in the defined app storage area. Whether an app can be moved depends on the app. It must be designed to permit it.
External SD cards normally come formatted as FAT32. You can't store apps on an external card and run the from there because the FAT file system lacks the places to store critical metadata, like the app's owner and permissions mask.
If you have a rooted device, you can store apps on an external card and run them from there, but it requires hacking. You need to repartition the external card to carve out a slice with a Linux filesystem. Put the repartitioned card back in the device, and reboot it. Android will detect the new file system and mount it.
Next step is to move apps there. You still download apps and install them as you normally do. But once the apps are installed, there are third-party programs that can move installed apps to the Linux slice on the external card, and create a symlink in the root filesystem pointing to it. The apps can then be run like any other, because Linux follows the symlink and loads and runs the app. It neither knows nor cares that the app is actually on the external card.
(Obviously, if you remove the external card, apps you moved there won't be available on your device.)
You must have a rooted device to do this because the software that moves the apps must make changes in the root filesystem, and needs root access to do so.
Under Windows, I repartitioned my external SD card using the freeware MiniTool Partition Wizard Free, from http://www.partitionwizard.com, and formatted the slice I carved out as ext4. (Note: you must set the partition as a Primary partition for this to work.)
To handle moving the apps to the card, I used Link2SD, a freeware app with a payware premium upgrade, available from the Play Store at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.buak.Link2SD&hl=en (The freeware edition will let you know if an app can be moved and handle the basics. Some apps can't be moved and must reside in device flash.)
Works fine here. Your Milage May Vary.
you can move programs to sd with link2sd, but it needs a second partition on your sd card and probably paid version of it (link2sd),
in large modern games most of the space is taken by monolithic obb files, you can use "obb on sd" xposed module and move your obb files (Android/obb) to sd card (corresponding directory),
finally you can use FolderMount to mount for example some internal memory dirs to sd directories
of course everything I wrote here needs root
Try something like this seems you have to partition your SD Card. Please backup before doing so.
sorry if this is a dumb question but are you referring to https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.buak.Link2SD&hl=en?, or could someone linked the app.
Normally, the solution would be to factory reset the phone, and then immediately root it and install Link2SD. You'd follow the instructions in the Link2SD documentation, creating a second partition on the SD card for it to install apps to. Link2SD allows you to move any app to your SD card, no matter what. It's the only reason I've been able to use a Moto G with 8GB of internal storage as my main phone.
The problem is that was unable to find a forum for your device on XDA, or even any thread about it with replies. That doesn't necessarily mean there's no hope. If your phone's bootloader is unlocked, it may be possible to install the SuperSU binary via fastboot or adb, but I'm not 100% sure about that. If that worked, your phone would then be rooted and you would be able to install Link2SD and do all the other steps in the above paragraph.
Honestly, the best solution would buy a new phone, if there's one you can afford. It sounds like you might be on a very tight budget. Look for low-end Android phones in your price range that have decent enough reviews, support for MicroSD, and custom ROMs available for them (custom ROMs can help extend the phone's useful life). Consider used or refurbished deals online or in your area, or try asking people you know if they have an older phone they can give you or sell to you for cheap. Look at Marques Brownlee's Android phone reviews on YouTube.
I know this is an Android subreddit, but when it comes to seriously ultra low cost devices I've actually been impressed with Windows Phone. Specifically in that extremely cheap range, Windows Phone hardware is often better than Android in the same price bracket. Last November, I bought a Microsoft Lumia 640 as a spare for US$29, and hardware-wise it's actually better than the Moto G LTE that I bought for about $220 in 2014. App selection is indeed more limited (and WP apps are often worse than their Android/iOS counterparts), but it was nowhere near as unsupported as I thought it would be. Windows Phone might not be your ideal choice, but if you need a new phone and your budget is almost nothing, Windows Phone might be a way for to at least has some kind of phone that you can use for the time being. Then you could save up for a while and buy an Android phone that's $100-200 but decent. Something akin to how people used to feel about the Moto G, before Motorola got bought by Lenovo and went downhill.
This root app should do the trick
If you're using a rooted phone, you could try an app such as this.
If not, you're out of luck sorry :(
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.buak.Link2SD is this it?
Try this Link2SD https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.buak.Link2SD&hl=en
Link2SD will help you with that problem i think.
I had a lot of success with Link2SD back when I had my Galaxy Ace. Apps do take longer to load from SD though.
>there can be an option called "Allocation". In which, you designate up to 3 apps, and these apps have priority over the others. Background apps would cease to enable the designated apps to continue
Link2SD can elevate apps to system apps, which somewhat protects them from being shut down