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Android M Will Not Give You Error 927 And Will Let You Install Apps On SD Card Or USB Drives

Android smartphones always become problematic after their storage limit is reached. Beyond the storage limit we can’t install new android apps or even update them, due to low space. This low storage on your android smartphone will keep giving you error 927 which indicates that the phone’s storage and cache is full.

When android was launched then there was not any option to move apps to sdcard, but Google incorporated the apps to sd in android 2.3 Gingerbread and with this feature we were able to move some apps to sdcard (not the system apps). However the app data would remain on the phone’s storage.

But this feature was again removed in the android Ice Cream Sandwich and continued to be off until android 5.0 Lollipop. But in android M Google has given a special feature known as ‘Adoptable Storage Devices ‘ which is the most expected feature that an every android user wants, that is the ability to install android apps on sdcard or USB storage. The android M can format sdcard and USB flash drives in such a way so that they can be used as internal storage space. Now with this feature you can install apps on sdcard or USB drives or even move apps data between sdcard and phone. The stored data is totally encrypted.

With this feature you can directly install android apps and games on the usb disk or sdcard and there is no need to move them if you are directly installing them. If you are using this feature then you may never see error 927 on your android M smartphone. Plus you will never run out of storage if you keep USB On-The-Go devices with yourself.

Currently you can test this feature on your Nexus 5, Nexus 6, 9 and Player by installing the android M developer preview.

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