How to move files to SD card on Samsung Galaxy S5

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.

See also: How to Fix Samsung Galaxy S5 Slow Wi-Fi Issue

Move files to SD-card on Samsung Galaxy S5

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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:

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.

ES File Explorer File Manager:

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.

File Manager Samsung 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!

OI File Manager

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

System Settings>Storage

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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  1. No need for copy and paste. from your cell go into “My Files” – “device storage” – “music” – select the music you want then go to your upper right corner and press the drop down menu and select move- “SD card” – make a music file and then press move here.

  2. Hmmm… Looks like the recent KitKat update has rendered every app on this list useless for writing to SD card –hopefully the developers of these apps will find a fix for this –no idea why Android wants all my pics in an unorganizable jumble but they sure do.

  3. Hmmm… Looks like the recent KitKat update has rendered every app on this list useless for writing to SD card –hopefully the developers of these apps will find a fix for this –no idea why Android wants all my pics in an unorganizable jumble but they sure do.

  4. ES File Explorer File Manager was a great app for my old Droid but DOES NOT WORK with Galaxy S5 “system will not allow ES to write on external SD card”

  5. ES File Explorer File Manager was a great app for my old Droid but DOES NOT WORK with Galaxy S5 “system will not allow ES to write on external SD card”

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