Friday, February 6, 2015

enhance internal memory of htc explorer without root | how to increase internal memory htc explore | how to increase internal memory of htc explorer no root

Anyone who use HTC Explorer knows how it feels to have low internal memory on your smartphone. After having such a nice smartphone which can make your life easier by help of many apps can make you feel helpless because of it's low internal memory. Apps size is getting bigger and bigger with every new update and you got stuck with low internal memory. Rooting is one solution but you know it is risky and will void your warranty. But you can do it without rooting your phone too. I have a simple but a nice solution to increase your internal memory by forcing apps like Whatsapp, Google Play Services to your microsd card. Though this method can free up to 25 mb of your internal space, you know how much it worth in HTC Explorer. So follow the procedure if you want to increase your internal memory without rooting your phone and without any risk.
increase htc explorer  internal memory without root


To do all this you will need a computer, HTC Sync and Drivers installed, Java and Android SDK.

Step by Step Procedure:

1. Connect your phone to your computer via usb cable and select charge only mode and enable usb debugging

2. Go to Start Menu and Run command prompt (run as administrator)

3. Navigate to folder where adb application is stored

I'm elaborating the 3rd step here

You need to download android adk you can download from

(android sdk is an 427 mb zip file) You can see the adb application inside adt-bundle-windows-x86_64-20130522 > sdk > platform tools

That will be a zip file named as you need to upzip it and store it on any drive though I recommend c drive

You can see the adb application in adt-bundle-windows-x86_64-20130522

After running the command prompt in administrator mode you will need to enter the location of adb application such as

C > cd adt-bundle-windows-x86_64-20130522
C/adt-bundle-windows-x86_64-20130522>cd sdk
C /cd adt-bundle-windows-x86_64-20130522/sdk>cd platform-tools

And then follow step 4 

4. Then type adb devices and press enter, you will see the serial number of your phone

5. Then type adb shell and press enter, you will see a $ sign

6. After that type pm setInstallLocation 2 and press enter ( it's case sensitive, write it as given here)

7. Then type exit and disconnect your phone, all done

Now you can force apps like whatsapp to move to sdcard saving about 10mb on whatsapp alone