Samsung Galaxy S5 has a beautiful design, great display and camera, and tons of amazing features. When it comes to the hardware specification, S5 is powered with 2.5 GHz quad-core CPU, 2800 mAh battery, and 2 GB RAM. With this device, you will get excellent speed with good battery life. Internal memory is 16GB/32 GB, but you can expand it to 128 GB using the external microSD card.
Move files to SD-card on Samsung Galaxy S5
You can also move files from your Samsung Galaxy S5 to SD-card. To move files to SD-card on Samsung Galaxy S5 you can use:
Astro file manager for Samsung galaxy s5 gives you permission to organize, retrieve and backup all files on your SD to your internal memory. Bonus- pictures, music, videos, & documents; are all compatible.
With over 300 million global downloads, this is the most popular app you can use to move a file from your SD-card on yoSamsungung galaxy S5.
Good enough to be stock! Simple, attractive, and effective. The only thing I’d ask for is a paid/Pro version to remove ads. Make it happen!
It allows you to browse your SD-card and create and manage folders. It gives you the complete privilege of your files stored on your S5.
If you face any problem to transfer files on SD-card this way, then you can move files to SD-card on Samsung Galaxy S5 by connecting your phone to your PC. To transfer files on SD-card follow the below steps:
1.Plug the phone in your computer. Activate Mount mode or sometime it will automatically prompt –
Tap Mount SD-card
2. Then create a folder on your SD
3. Copy the files from your phone’s internal storage that you want to move to SD-card on your Samsung Galaxy S5 and paste them to the folder on the SD-card.
4. If you want to move files to SD-card on Samsung Galaxy S5 as like music, then create a folder for the files on SD-card. Then copy and paste as like music.
You may also read: How to Fix Samsung Galaxy S5 Lagging Issue
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