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first off thank you for the help if you responded very much appreciated.
First off, I have a samsung Galaxy S4 and no its not rooted and I really don't want to root it either but I want to move the app spotify to my SD card but it wont let me and its driving me nuts I've been going everywhere for answers but all dead ends. I want to move it and all of the music onto my SD card so I can save room on my internal storage
please help and thanks
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Dropping by to give some furhter info about this.
Spotify uses your device’s available memory to:
Note: For optimum performance, we recommend having at least 1GB of free memory on your device.
Here's how to choose your storage location if you use Android. Keep in mind that not all Android devices support this:
Hope it helps. Let us know if you have further questions.
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If you feel like Spotify is taking up too much storage, you can head over to this Spotify Answer for more info on how you can improve the situation 🙂
Hope you find the info helpful.