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Link2SD 4.3.4 apk, update on 2018-06-22
Link2SD is an application manager that makes it easy for Android 2.0+ users on their device to move applications to the SD card. It enables you to manage your apps and storage easily.

✔ Link apk, dex and lib files of apps to SD card
✔ Link internal data of apps to SD card (Plus)
✔ Link external data and obb folders of apps and games to SD card (Plus)
✔ Link dex files of the system apps to SD card (Plus)
✔ Auto clear cache service (Plus)
✔ Automatically link newly installed apps (optional)
✔ Move any user apps to SD even though the app does not support moving to SD ("force move")
✔ Shows the apps that support moving to SD with native app2sd
✔ Set the default install location of the apps; auto, internal, or external
✔ Batch link, unlink, reinstall, uninstall, "move to SD", "move to phone" functions
✔ Notify when movable apps installed
✔ Uninstall system applications (bloatware removal)
✔ Freeze and un-freeze system and users applications
✔ Convert system apps into user apps
✔ Convert user apps into system apps
✔ Integrate "Updated" system apps into system (ROM)
✔ Clear data and cache of the application
✔ Batch clear data and cache of the selected apps
✔ Clear all apps cache at once (1-tap cache cleaner without being root)
✔ Exclusion list for "Clear all app cache" function
✔ Clear cache widget (1-tap cache cleaner without being root)
✔ Notify if total cache size exceeds specified size
✔ Reboot manager includes power off, normal reboot, quick (hot) reboot, reboot recovery, reboot bootloader / download mode
✔ Reboot widget to boot with one click
✔ List applications, show detailed size information and link status
✔ Wide variety of options to sort and filter apps
✔ Search applications by name
✔ Display available space information of internal storage, SD card and SD card 2nd partition
✔ Share the Play Store link or the APK (app's full package) file of the apps
✔ Create shortcut for the apps
✔ Support 40+ languages

How it works:
Linking apps
Link2SD uses a secondary partition on your SD card and uses it as another segment of internal storage.
Link2SD moves apk, dalvik-cache (.dex), lib and internal data files into this partition, which the OS mounts on boot, and creates a symbolic link in the original location.
This retains the file structure that the system expects but with the bulk of the data moved to the SD card.

Linking obb and external data folders of apps and games
On devices that have emulated SD card, obb and external data folders are located in the internal storage, not in the external (real) SD card.
Link2SD moves these folders to the 1st or the 2nd partition of your external SD card (depending on your selection) and with the bind option of the mount command remounts the file hierarchy at external SD card while it is still available at the original location.

What you need:
Linking apps
- root permission
- second partition on SD card

You should have two partitions on your SD card and both should be primary.

You need to use a non-FAT file system (ext2, ext3, ext4 or f2fs) on your 2nd partition in order to link app's private data files. Because the FAT file system (FAT16, FAT32 or exFAT) does not support UNIX file ownership or permissions and will cause a security breakdown of app's private files.
Link2SD does not create the second partition, you need to create it yourself.

Linking obb and external data folders of apps and games
- root permission

Second partition on SD card is optional, folders can be moved to the 1st or 2nd second partition of the SD card.

Link2SD also provides native App2SD feature of Android OS. It can move any user apps to SD card (force move), with batch moving capability.

Link2SD is a free (ad supported) app, you can upgrade to Link2SD Plus to remove ads and get additional features.

DISCLAIMER: It is made available for use at your own risk with no warranty of any kind.

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Jonny Sorrell review Jonny Sorrell
Great when it works... I tried this on a rooted stock ROM and it kept losing the apps after a reboot. It's not clear what partition type or size you should use so be prepared to scour a few forums! I finally got it working right on CM12.1 with an 8GB Ext4 partition on a 32GB UHS-1 card and it's working great! If you have major space restrictions, I highly recommend the pay-for license which will allow you to move more files to maximise your internal memory.
John Lucas review John Lucas
ZTE Warp Sync Resurrection Remix ROM & Synthetic Kernel
Great apk, could use an update though. Maybe throw in a partition tool like Apps2SD has. Include folder mount & perhaps obb along with an SD readahead init.d script or option. Nice work devs but needs an update and maybe a touch up on icon detail.
Ivan Stoychev review Ivan Stoychev
Very useful, some bugs
This app is extremely useful. I only have 2GB of internal memory which means I can only install a couple of apps (system and caches take up most of the room). With this app, I can move all my apps to a second partition on my 32 GB SD card. It's set and forget. You can even make apps system apps so they don't get installed twice (old version in system partition, new one on internal). My only complaint is that when I tried to convert a linked app to a system app, it was just uninstalled.
Mike Walker review Mike Walker
Worked perfectly for me on rooted KitKat Samsung Galaxy Note 8 running stock Samsung Android. I'm successfully using it with Amazon Video so I can download video to the micro SD card for offline viewing rather use the limited 16GB of the device. A tip would be to move your apps *before* you download large amounts of data to them or it will take a very long time to move an app. Another tip would be to format the second partition as ext2. I first tried ext4 and that didn't work.
João Reis review João Reis
Great app but be careful...
Don't be mistaken, because this is one of the best Android apps for people with cell phones with small amount of memory. It allows to move apps entirety (on paid version) to the sd card and move apps from internal no external or integrate updates into rom. Lots of good stuff right? Yes, but be careful: once in a while for some strange reason it loses everything from the external partition and it's not an sd issue because everything else from the other partition is still available...
Mark Perry review Mark Perry
Galaxy S5
Had to purchase the pro version to move ALL the data of an app over but worth every penny! Succeeded where apps2sd didn't. Free space back on my handset, less lag now! Love it. Partition tool on apps2sd did not work for me. Use with "AParted" to create sd card partition. Partition 1: fat32. Partition 2: ext4 (2nd partition used to link apps to the sd card) flawless. ?
Stefano Pelli review Stefano Pelli
Made my phone really useful. You can install all the applications you need and it moves the limit far away. A major reason to root. I am infinitely grateful to the developer. I also bought the paid version to exploit all the features of the app.
m.nageh review m.nageh
The app is great but there is only one problem... If i have an apk and obb file Of a game and the obb file size is more than the free internal size. How can i link the obb file to sd without even be on the cable of putting in the internal storage... If you can add link to sd option by selecting the obb file location by browsing the file and selecting it's folder. ( Custom obb folder selection) please please answer me....
Gerry Roche review Gerry Roche
Looking forward to the Marshmallow update as it is quite a job to get it working on Mm at the moment. UODATE has arrived.
adrian casswell review adrian casswell
Swift reply and bug fixes from the working on oreo ? and regular updates now too
Henry L. review Henry L.
Could it consider internal sdcard?
The game TWAU, has 700mb on internal sd card. I need to move that fileS to external sd card, but your app only shows it has 30mb...
Ronald Ouellette review Ronald Ouellette
Defeats restrictions for the number of apps installable on my 16GB JellyBean tablet. Interface is easy to use and comprehensive. It moves most of the app and data to the external sd leaving a pointer in the internal sd (I assume) because it gets around manufacturers' restrictions that keep strictly AppstoSD programs from working. You must be rooted and you must create an ext4 partition (10 GB or so) on your external sd. This is easy to do with a card reader for your computer and the free partitioning program "GParted". As you move apps to sd, you cannot see how much of the new ext4 partition you are using up with most Android file managers, but you can by installing "DiskInfo". LinkToSD is another well written app that makes the time and risk of rooting worth it. I have moved entire dictionaries and large games to external sd without impacting internal sd. And GooglePlay updates still work. I paid for plus just out of gratitude.
Meagen Barron review Meagen Barron
I don't think it's working
Im trying to move apps to sd card, but whenever I click "move to sd card" all it does is open up the info. Am I doing this wrong?
Henden Gayoma review Henden Gayoma
Lets you install usable apps in your Galaxy phone that has only enough space for those amazing permanent Samsung apps that only Samsung use!
Xarkiry Teron review Xarkiry Teron
Why and how to fix it??? Please...
Me also... I created the two partition fat32 and ext3 .. Everything was okay but in creating mount script... It shows an error that... Mount script cannot be created... Mount: operation not supported on transport endpoint... Why??? And how to fix it...