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Android external storage is the place where your apps store their data. The size of your external storage can be increased by either rooting your phone or installing a custom ROM.

The Android external storage is a separate partition on the device that can be used to store data. It works independently of the internal storage and other partitions.

The SD card is an internal storage device that can be inserted into a compatible device. The external storage, on the other hand, is a removable device that can be attached to any compatible device.

The benefits of using Android external storage are:

  • You can easily share files between devices without having to connect them physically.
  • You can easily sync your devices with one another by using the same account on both devices.
  • You don't need to worry about the size of the storage you have because it is unlimited.

To move an app to the external storage, you need to follow a few steps:

  • Go to Settings > Storage > Move App
  • Select the app you want to move
  • Tap Move and wait for it to transfer

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