Sony added the feature to move apps to memory card in Xperia device
Yesterday Sony released the Android 4.4.2 Kitkat update for Sony Xperia T2 Ultra which brought the feature to move apps to the memory card. Sony Xperia Ultra T2 was presented in May, but was released with Android 4.3 Jelly Bean instead of the latest version of Android. However, the manufacturer said then that would be a device to receive Android 4.4 KitKat update and have done so. Sony announced via its official blog that the update process has already begun for the Sony Xperia T2 Ultra, and the Xperia T2 Ultra users have already started to receive OTA update.
This time Sony brought the feature that users can move the apps to the memory card which is a great move by Sony for its users, because some users can’t install HD games and large apps because of the low memory and the mobile starts showing the error that the memory is full, and it also slows down the system. But now users can install many apps and games and enjoy it without any fear. This feature has been incorporated only with the Sony Xperia T2 ultra, and will be able to see that once update the device to Android Kitkat.
Once you update the device, you need to go to the settings and then tap on apps. Select the app you want to move to the memory card, and the you will see a window that will have many options, like clearing the data and cache of the app and can even uninstall from there, and here there is another option which have been added “move to SD card.” Once you tap on that, the app will be moved to the memory card (MicroSD card) of your mobile.
Other Xperia devices don’t have this option, even the high-end phones (though they have Android Kitkat), but it seems Sony will provide with this option with the next system update and will also implement with other phones that are going to receive Android Kitkat update now.
Apart from this, the Android 4.4 KitKat updates in Xperia T2 Ultra includes some minor changes in the interface design. Now the status bar are all white and the lock screen also gets a facelift with a new access directly into the camera and album covers to listen to full screen. The interface also includes some more polished details and of course could not miss the performance improvement, so that the terminal will run smoother. The new version also updates the Sony native applications and introduces compatibility with wearables brand like Sony SmartBand. As always, remember that it may take longer to receive updates for all users depending on region and operator.