Samsung in their ´wisdom´ have elected not to allow storage
of apps on the SD drive,(only data),on their Galaxy 10.1 tablet,(perhaps also others).
I therefore searched and found ways to greatly reduce the demand for RAM space on the PHONE,as well as the SD card. Either of these methods will do the trick:
1. Using AutoAppOrganizer to install all your apps in the directories of your choice,you firstly do a total backup to your EXTERNAL DRIVE,(a pendrive or similar),after which you un-install all the apps. Using their quicktime directory option will give you access to all your previously installed apps at a click. If it is not installed,it will be re-installed from the backup directory on your EXTERNAL drive. When it is no longer needed,you can quickly delete it again.
2. Most of the above applies if you on the other hand elect to backup your apps to your favorite Cloud Drive.(there are several options) For this you need first to do a backup to either your SD card or external USB drive. Then use the excellent ES File Explorer to copy over the backup files to your cloud drive. That´s it!
To re-install any app you just click on the app in the ES File Explorer´s cloud directory and it install in seconds. Personally,I prefer this way using my 100GB Google
Cloud Drive which is always accessible wherever I am.
3. The third way is to make use of AAO´s option to use Google
Play to recover the previously installed apps.(Provided they came from Google Play) as the directory menu in AAO has the app name and icon.
The bottom line is that in this way you have ALL your previously collected apps safely stored and available without using ANY RAM space on your tablet,except when you are actually using one of the apps.
This is great for all the nautical maps you may have stored,which can be used in several navigation
apps available presently,and also for space demanding video and music