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  • Insert the SD card on your device
  • Android will notify you a new SD Card has been detected, you can setup the card as portable or internal storage
  • If you decide to defer this decision, the card will be used as portable storage by default. you can change this selection through Settings > Storage at a later stage
  • Media, pictures, movies already on the card will be visible in the device photo gallery and media apps. New content side loaded to the card will also be available and viewable in media apps on the device
  • Through the Motorola camera application settings, you can select the default storage for pictures and movies captured through the Motorola camera app. Third party camera might not offer this option.
  • Some third party applications will enable you to store their content on the ‘portable’ SD card, as in lollipop; but only if the application developer chose to do so (Google Play Music)
  • If you select a card as portable storage, you will NOT be able to move applications to the card, nor will play store automatically install applications to this card
    IMPORTANT FOR USERS UPGRADING FROM LOLLIPOP : if you received Android 6.0 as part of an OTA upgrade, any application which you had previously moved to (or installed on) the SD card with the legacy Motorola “Move apps to SD card” feature will still run from the card; but you will not be able to move new applications to that card. You will need to format your card as internal storage before being able to move new applications to the card.
  • Insert the card in the device
  • You should see a “Set Up SD card” Notification
  • Tap on ‘setup SD card’ in the insertion notification (or go to settings->storage->select card-> menu->format as internal)
  • Select the ‘internal storage’ option, after have carefully read the warning
  • If you currently have applications installed on the card, your device will ask you to move these applications back to internal storage before formatting your card
  • Your card will be formatted and encrypted, and usable as device storage
  • Once the card has been formatted, you will be asked whether you want to migrate data currently on your device to the card. This step will move all media, pictures, and documents to the SD card.
  • By selecting where to migrate content, you also select the preferred storage location for all applications, databases and data.
  • If you decide to move that data to the card, the SD card will also become the preferred storage location for all applications content, data and database and media.
  • If you decide to skip this step, your device internal storage will remain the preferred storage for all content.
  • Once a card has been formatted as internal storage, both your device internal storage and the card will show up as “device storage” under storage settings, and you will be able to move applications which were in internal storage to the card. Moving applications to the card can be done from application settings (settings->apps->select application->change storage location)
  • Once a card has been formatted as internal storage, Play Store will install applications on either storage volume automatically, based on a set of rules provided by the application developer (you will be able to move applications from one volume to another). If the application developer has not provided the correct set of rules for automatic installation to the SD card, each time applications update, you will need to move them back to the SD card.
  • Applications will always store their content in the preferred storage location by default. You will not need to indicate in each application setting where to store content; for example:
    If you have adopted your SD card as ‘internal’, the Motorola camera app will always store your content to the preferred storage location, there is no app specific setting
  • Storage settings will enable you to check storage usage on both Device storage volumes. Adopted SD cards will show up under “Device Storage”

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