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    Is there a way to save my apps to my sd card but still have them run on my phone but not be installed on phone?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigpapa2001 View Post
    Is there a way to save my apps to my sd card but still have them run on my phone but not be installed on phone?
    I think apps2sd lets you do that. It requires root. I've never used it before, though.

    Man you must have a ton of apps to need more storage. Lol

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    i do but i have .88gb free but i see that my phone is staring to lag.
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    There's 1.2 GB available for internal storage on the MT4G, so you have plenty left percentage-wise.

    As for moving apps, go to Settings>Applications>Manage Application and press each app and you'll see the option to move the app to the SD card. This option is grayed out and unavailable on some apps.

    If an app has a widget and is moved to the SD card, the widget will not appear.

    The MoveSD app will generate a handy list of the apps that can be moved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigpapa2001 View Post
    i do but i have .88gb free but i see that my phone is staring to lag.
    That space won't have anything to do with lag. It's most likely due to how many apps you have running at any given time. Also if you have a lot of widgets then that could cause lag.

    How often do you reboot your phone?
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    like two or three times a week

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