We often install lots of apps and games on our Android device and ends up getting low internal space. So, to sort out these issues, we are going to share a method which will help you to install applications & move obb Files to external SD card with the Xposed module. So have a look on complete guide discussed below to proceed.
In Android, there are lots of apps like large games that need additional files to be download after downloading the app from Google Play store. Like some games of size around 1GB provides the only set up around 20-50 Mb and then after that, you need to get the other file download in the app itself. And the files eat obb files of that apps. Now, if you want to share the games with other device and if you share only the apk then the addition file will again need to get downloaded and if you go for manually moving the obb files then the most files don’t work. So to overcome this, we have a great solution that we are we’ll discuss here that is moving obb files to SD card to import-export any of the game data easily. Yes, it’s possible and that too very easily. So have a look at complete guide discussed below to proceed.
How to Install Apps & Move OBB Files to External SD card
The method is quite simple and you just need a rooted Android device that will allow an Xposed installer to run on a device. And after having the Xposed installer, you will be using an Xposed module app to move the obb files from your device storage to your external Sd card. For this, follow the guide below.
Steps To Transfer obb Files Of Apps To Sd Card:
Step 1. First of all, you need a rooted Android as Xposed installer can only be installed on a rooted Android, so Root your android to proceed.
Step 2. After rooting your Android device, you have to install the Xposed installer on your Android and that’s quite the lengthy process and for that, you can proceed with our Guide to Install Xposed Installer On Android.
Step 3. Now you need to download and install the cool app Obb on SD the only app that will allow you to send games obb files to External Sd card.
Step 4. Enable this module in the Xposed installer.
Step 5. Now locate to any obb files using any file explorer, we suggest you to use ES file explorer because it’s more user-friendly. Just choose the options to move app data to your external SD card.
That’s it! you are done, now you have large portable games with obb files to get installed on any of Android device.
Using Folder Mount
This is another best Android app which works on the rooted Android device. You can use this app to transfer your OBB files to external SD card. Let’s know how to use Folder Mount to move OBB files to SD Card.
Step 1. First of all, you need to download and install Folder Mount Android app on your smartphone.
Step 2. Once downloaded, you need to grant the superuser permissions. For that, simply press on ‘Grant’ to continue.
Step 3. Now you will see the main interface of the app. For these, you need to select the app. We are taking Temple Run 2 as an example.
Step 4. Tap on Temple run 2 and then on the Obb data, you need to tap on ‘Create Pair’.
Step 5. Now the app will ask you for the destination folder the app will create automatically. And then save the settings.
That’s it, you are done! Now your source (Internal SD Card) will be moved to the destination folder (External SD Card). You just need to open the Folder Pair on the app and pin the folder pair created. This will emulate the virtual link on the Internal SD card, but, the files will be stored on external SD card.
So above is all about How to Install apps & Move obb Files to External SD card. With this cool method, you can enjoy large games in any of your Android by moving obb files through SD card and easy installation of games without any need of downloading additional packages again. Hope you like this, do share with others too. Leave a comment below if you have any related queries with this.