I am using c 2004, I don't know why sony has manufacture like this without apps to sd option. Although it is an trusted brand
Mangu, 27 Jul 2014i am using T2 ultra dual.
pls tell me any one how to tranfer apps in SD card.Try settings - apps - click on the app - move to SD card
If there is no option and you have file commander application - try that
If you have neither - you have to wait like me for the update
When will this update happen? I have bought a Sony Xperia E1 and have a few applications that's it and its internal memory is already full.. Big problem to move my 8 applications to SD card if the update isn't happening...
Xperiablog say that xperia e1 ( single sim) had certified for kitkat upgrade...........
Then why gsmarena not release the post???????
i am using T2 ultra dual.
pls tell me any one how to tranfer apps in SD card.
when will sony xperia e1 get kitkat update ??????????????????
what is the reason for delay ???????
kit, 23 Jul 2014True. I got my Xperia T2 Ultra updated to kitkat and now it does have an option to move app to... moreyes, no use of app 2 sd card, even after moving, apps are remaining in the internal memory only. Its not moving into sd card
Anonymous, 19 Jul 2014I read reviews of those who upgraded t2 ultra to kitkat version tht though it shows move to sd... moreTrue. I got my Xperia T2 Ultra updated to kitkat and now it does have an option to move app to sd card. But the app remains in the internal storage despite using the move the app to sd card option.
When will sony xperia e1 get kitkat update?????
Please give the date?!???
Very anxious to see????
Vasavi, 22 Jul 2014this option is for sony xperia c also???xperia c is not getting kitkat update if sony updates firmware version of xperia c it would be possibe to include this one
After updating my Xperia ZR to 4.4.2 it is now draining my battery 🔋 like hell. (hey it's like someone drinking water)
I read reviews of those who upgraded t2 ultra to kitkat version tht though it shows move to sd card option, the apps are actually stored in internal memory it seems...is it true?