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Storing Whatsapp messages, emails & mp4 in Galaxy Note's microSD

Posted on 2014-04-21
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My Note 2 is only 16GB.

Q1:
Quite a bit of my Whatsapp & emails have images or large attachments.
Is there any way for Android to store them in its microSD?  Besides, I
can take backup of the microSD from time to time & it's a portable device

Q2:
Which apps in Note 2's apps could play mp4 videos & must I store my
mp4 videos in specific folder in my microSD for the app to be able to
locate/play it?

If any software/freeware is needed to achieve the above 2, let me know
the software's names
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https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=vAlmaraz.miniApp.WCleaner

Last question:
Does the above WCleaner move image/video files out of Whatsapp (in the
phone) to the microSD?
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Hi sunhux,

Yes, it allow Clean your gallery of media you don't want and get more space in your SD Card.

Thanks & Regards,
Krunal T. Tailor
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Hi Krunal

Thanks;  think your last reply was this tool clears up space
in the SD card.

What's needed is: will this tool move Whatsapp images/
videos from the phone's storage to the SD card & if so,
which option in this tool does this?
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Hi Sunhux,

There is a "save" option is available to move the media file and save in to another folder on your SDcard.

Thanks & Regards,
Krunal T. Tailor
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