To switch between internal storage and the external memory card on a dual storage device like the Samsung Galaxy S4, please tap on the icon in the upper left to slide out the Menu. You can also tap and drag-right to slide the menu out. Then tap on "Settings". Then tap on the "Storage:".
Keeping this in view, how much memory is in the Samsung Galaxy s4?
"For the Galaxy S4 16GB model," Samsung said in a statement, "approximately 6.85GB occupies [the] system part of internal memory, which is 1GB bigger than that of the Galaxy S3, in order to provide [a] high resolution display and more powerful features to our consumers."
Do Micro SDHC cards work on Android?
SDHC cards use the FAT32 file system, which has a standard capacity of 32GB and a maximum file size of 4GB. SDHC readers can read SD cards, but SD readers can't read SDHC cards. A microSDHC-supporting Android device works with microSD cards.
How do I setup my SD card?
Step 1: Copy files to an SD card
- Open your device's Settings app .
- Tap Storage & USB.
- Tap Internal storage.
- Pick the type of file to move to your SD card.
- Touch and hold the files you want to move.
- Tap More Copy to…
- Under "Save to," pick your SD card.
- Pick where you want to save the files.
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