For those of you who want to have more app storage space for your HD games and whatnot, here’s a simple App2SD script you can use to store all of your apps on your microSD card. This will essentially swap your internal storage with your microSD card and allow you to use up to 64GB of space (if you use 64GB microSD card).
This should work on all the Galaxy Note 2, test on international GT-N7100, T-Mobile SGH-T889, and Sprint SPH-L900.
Step 1. First, you will need a rooted Galaxy Note 2. This will work on any custom ROMs except CM10 or AOKP.
Step 2. Second, I highly recommend you to format your microSD card before using this. Also, after formatting you can copy the contents of your internal storage to your microSD card.
Step 3. Download the script on your phone:
Download app2sd script
Step 4. Install and open Script Manager app on Play Store.
Step 5. Using Script Manager app, find the app2sd script on your microSD card and enable “SU” and “Boot”.
Step 6. Reboot. You should now see your microSD card used as internal storage and internal storage as microSD card.
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