AnonD-8044, 11 May 2014You seem well up on memory cards so you may be able to help with the following..Thanks..
Wh... moreThe internal memory is Flash storage which is much more costly than the sd cards. Plus companies loot us too by charging even higher costs for those storages. For example, apple takes 200$ to move from 16gb to 32 gb. That's damn expensive. But that's Apple.
The internal storage us definitely faster than the sd cards but it's not that expensive as companies make it. If the company provides no sd card than the costumer will have to go for 32 or 64 gb model asks if they price it higher that means more profit.
And the class 10 uhs I cards have great speed. For a comparison, a high end internal storage will give speeds around 50 to 60 MB/s. A class 2, 4 or 6 sd card will give speeds less than 10 MB/S with speed getting higher with numbers. A class 10 sd card is recommended for high end phones. It provides speeds higher than 10 MB/s. Among class 10 sd cards, there are uhs I cards which provide even higher speeds. For example, my Samsung 64 gb uhs I card provides 70 mb/s read speed and 20 mb/s write speed and it costs around 60$( us dollar).
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shubham yadav, 11 May 2014I'm using an s4 and I can successfully move apps to sd card from the application manager. I do... moreYou seem well up on memory cards so you may be able to help with the following..Thanks..
When Nokia brought out the N97 the memory was 32gb but class 2..They put class 2 in the device for ruggedness as it had to a least last for the 2 years a contract ran for..They reckon folk would delete this memory many times taking photos/videos putting them on comp then deleting for the next lot of data..
So we come forward to now and Apple and other manufacturers are charging the earth for internal memory..Is this because they are using a class 4,6,10 internal memory and it costs more? If so they must have increased the ruggedness (ie constant read/write/delete) of memory over past few years...
If Google are insisting on the no-sd card rules then manufacturers are going to have to increase internal storage..There is no other way but if they insist on charging loads of money phones will be very expensive..Why did my 64GB card from Amazon cost 38GBP yet manufacturers charge 5x that for internal storage? Are they using some other robust memory?
If this is Googles way forward with fixed memory then we can expect a huge rise in smartphone costs..:(
AnonD-119255, 11 May 2014Hello friends , Astro file manager works with htc one max same as htc m8!(sd read &write )... moreIf you upgrade your one max to kitkat, then forgot about your SD card. Better you stay at jellybean 4.3
Anonymous, 11 May 2014You don't accept anything except your own opinion. Astro file manager will not move, copy or p... morewhat are you talking about? cannot copy anything? then how come i can copy/cut/paste my docs, downloaded songs from my internal memory into my SDCARD?
wat the ****
AnonD-116479, 11 May 2014PLEASE UNDERSTAND THIS & READ MY COMMENTS CAREFULLY .
I said you can't only move apps i... moreThey'll never listen. Don't waste time on him. Anyways I found a thing. You can move apps to sd card on m8. Go to that app in application manager and click the 'move to sd card' option that is there. Only some apps support this feature. If the dev. Wants, he can support this feature. Try this and tell me.
Hope this helped.
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Hello friends , Astro file manager works with htc one max same as htc m8!(sd read &write )plz reply.
AnonD-116479, 11 May 2014PLEASE UNDERSTAND THIS & READ MY COMMENTS CAREFULLY . I said you can't only move apps i... moreYou don't accept anything except your own opinion. Astro file manager will not move, copy or paste anything from phone memory to SD card on phone with kitkat. Astro and some other file manager work partially on some Samsung eg note 3 which es file Explorer work but none has worked with any htc now. Don't confuse people here. YOU CAN'T MOVE ANYTHING FROM PHONE MEMORY TO EXTERNAL SD CARD ON KITKAT M8 WITH 3RD PARTY APPS
Anonymous, 11 May 2014For your info. Kitkat don't support writing to external SD card by downloaded 3rd party apps. ... morePLEASE UNDERSTAND THIS & READ MY COMMENTS CAREFULLY .
I said you can't only move apps into the external SD card. But you can copy & paste any file from phone memory to SD card. If you install the 'AStro File Manager" you can browse any type of file or folder in the phone memory as well as the SD card. Similarly, Astro File Manage allows you to do all the task such as copy-paste, rename, delete & etc.
Although, none of the third party file manager allows you to move apps into the SD card. If you need to move apps in the SD card, the only method is, going to the "Application Manager" in the phone settings, then move apps into the SD card. But the KitKat version of Android doesn't allows you to do that.
The HTC M8 is not the only phone which comes without a stock file manager, but also Sony and LG phones. If Kitkat doesn't supports third party file managers, there are so many Android users will get trouble. I don't think Google is not fool enough to do such a thing.
Any android phone which comes without a SD card, its internal memory splits into two parts called "Phone Memory & "Internal Memory." That's the thing I mentioned regarding the HTC M7. Of course I know that M7 doesn't have a SD card slot. It was my previous phone.
* IF YOU USE ASTRO FILE MANAGER YOU CAN MOVE ANY FILE FROM PHONE MEMORY TO SD CARD.
I want to ask about the htc one m8, does the camera great enough?? how about the sd card problem? which are you prefer?? and should i go for the m7?? -Thank you
AnonD-116479, 11 May 2014I haven't faced such a problem in my previous M7. I was able to move any app form phone memory... moreFor your info. Kitkat don't support writing to external SD card by downloaded 3rd party apps. You can not copy, paste anything from phone memory to external sd except with inbuilt file manager. The case for htc is the worst since htc don't provide inbuilt file manager. M7 don't have SD card so it is not included in this problem. Forgot about astro file manager, solid Explorer etc there are chances that they work for Samsung. But for htc, none is working for now. If you buy htc forget about external sd and make sure that the one you buy has enough inbuilt memory.
we can move apps to sd card in M8
at least according to the folks at HTC support
here is a mail from them
Thank you for contacting HTC support.
As per your email, we understand that, you want to know
whether HTC One M8 have the option of moving apps to
We will definitely help you with this information.
In regards to your query, we like to inform you that HTC
One M8 does have the option of moving apps to sd card
but it depend upon the application which needs to be
moved. However, while moving the apps to SD card if the
option is grayed out, this means that the application
does not have the capability to be installed on the micro
SD card. And for that purpose need to contact the
developer for support details.
For more details of HTC One M8 please visit the
mentioned link below
shubham yadav, 11 May 2014I'm using an s4 and I can successfully move apps to sd card from the application manager. I do... moreI haven't faced such a problem in my previous M7. I was able to move any app form phone memory to internal memory. I think any file manager in the Google store could be work for M8. But I prefer the Astro File Manager.
I prefer the phones without SD slot cards even though they are quite expensive.
captain, 11 May 2014its not ur fault dude... improve ur English and standard thn u will understand evry thng... :D :pDear there is made in China and Taiwan so the Chinese screen resolution campar to Taiwan is not good try youtube.Sory was mistakes In spale was keyboard lol
[deleted post]its not ur fault dude... improve ur English and standard thn u will understand evry thng... :D :p
Hi guys i just got it yasttday am also using not3. ,camparto not3 I don't like m8 screen resolution not good I only love music abut m8 nothing als AND ON box retan MADE IN CHINA I hate this phone key bird and screen resolutions . Only 2 things gud about it SOUNDS & CAMERA I think Samsung s5 is batr think this.I no undrstand why HTC start manufacturing in CHINA
AnonD-68356, 10 May 2014Does the new HTC ONE M8 has an option to move apps to sd card??please answeryes you can move apps to sd card on the htc one(m8).just go into setting on your phone then apps, right at the top slide to sd card from there you will see the apps that can be move, just click on move to sd card and the job will be done.
AnonD-116479, 11 May 2014I'm saying, I can't only move Apps into the SD crad. But I can move any file such as mp3, vide... moreI'm using an s4 and I can successfully move apps to sd card from the application manager. I don't know why Samsung didn't give this option on note 3 but probably because note 3's lowest storage is 32 gb and hence we don't need it that much.
Even s5 has this feature to move apps to sd card. I saw it and I can confirm it.
Thanks. It's ok now as astro file manager is working fine for basic stuff. Is any other file manager also working or is it only astro??
And 64 GB internal storage is insanely expensive. Even a 64 GB UHS I card is dirt cheap in front of 64 gb internal storage.
I don't know how I can prove it to you but I can move apps to sd freely.
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shubham yadav, 11 May 2014Ohh. I didn't know about that. Also I have come to know that kitkat doesn't give freedom to 3r... moreI'm saying, I can't only move Apps into the SD crad. But I can move any file such as mp3, videos, pictures & etc to the SD card. The Astro File Manager is perfectly working on my M8.
I think there is no any file manager to move apps into the SD card. You can only do it by going to the "Application Manager" in the phone settings; then, move apps into the SD card. Nevertheless, KitKat version of the Android not allows you to do that.
This is not merely the problem of HTC M8. One of my friend who using a Note 3 also facing the similar problem after updating Jelly Bean to KitKat.
AnonD-245569, 11 May 2014I,m using HTC M8 with Astro File manager....no problem at all. you can move files to SD card.Yeh, I'm using the Astro File Manager as well. You can move, delete, create new folders and etc through Astro File Manager.
But you can't move apps into the SD card in KitKat.