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2013-11-03 12:09 PM
I have de same problem with my external 32g microSD card and is impossible to move apps, except photos, music and videos.
I expect a solution for the problem.
Please contact me at email@example.com if the problem is solved.
2013-11-06 02:53 AM
2013-11-06 10:16 AM
2013-11-06 02:23 PM - edited 2013-11-06 02:29 PM
It's "feature" of Android 4.1 and newer, not fault of Sony. In default, Android 4.1.x does not allows transfer apps on SD card...
This need some modification of original Android to enable this function. So, if Sony wanted this on Xperia SP... We can hope... And wait for next update...
2013-11-07 12:47 AM
I have read this post with mixed emotions. This is after all, a support site - no support has been offered thus far.
The issue is there is too little internal memory in the xperia sp and this is creating a huge sense of dissipointment from users.
I don't have a great deal on my phone, choosing a tablet to do a lot of my real use. Despite this, and after only a short time into a contract, the unit is unable to support a number of standard mobility apps - google maps, Facebook et Al are no longer updating.
The thread can be summarised by the following.
1 sony`s response is it cannot be fixed.
2 the technical facts are that it can be fixed. Putting another operating system version will allow this issue to come to a quick conclusion. Ergo - Sony choose not to upgrade or solve.
The conclusion is creating segmented marketing is interfering with the legendary Sony design ethos on the mobile Platform. Whether this becomes their Achilles heal remains to be seen.
2013-11-15 01:23 AM