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Help [Q] How to use FolderMount po? (Rooted Android)

Discussion in 'Mobile Phone Questions' started by T-Grind, Jul 4, 2013.

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  1. Guys! Need help po.
    Sino po marunong gumamit ng Foldermount sa Android Phone?
    Napansin ko po kasi na sa mga "OBB files" lang gumagana ang FolderMount.
    Pero kapag "Data files" na ang i-mmount hindi na sya gumagana.
    Gusto ko pa naman po laruin yung NeedForSpeed MostWanted kaso "Data files" na sya eh.
    Sana po may makatulong saken.
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    FolderMount is an Android app that links (aka binds, mounts) folders in the internal sdcard of your phone to the external sdcard. It is the only folder binding application that works on all Android versions from Gingerbread (2.3) to the latest Jellybean (4.2.2). This includes CyanogenMod 10.1 and the Galaxy S4.

    Most games, offline navigation and camera apps in Android don't offer to store their data in the external sdcard in the settings, therefore starving the internal sdcard storage of free memory. Users usually have no alternative but to uninstall some of these apps/games to free some space just to allow others to run. FolderMount is an app for root users that allow users to alleviate the problem by linking folders to the external (removable) storage space which is usually much larger and can accommodate multiple games and apps' data simultaneously.

    How to:
    Click add to add a folder pair
    Select a source directory that you want to move files from. This should be somewhere in your internal sdcard. Usually located at /mnt/sdcard
    Select a destination directory that you want to move files to. This should be some folder in your external sdcard or OTG drive.
    FolderMount will offer to move the files to the destination. Click yes.
    After the moving process is done, click on the pin. If the pin is green, you're all set.
    Note: The files will appear in both the source and destination after pinning them. This is normal as the files that you see in your internal sdcard are actually located on your external sdcard. This is how FolderMount "tricks" apps that don't have the ability to save explicitly to the external sdcard.
    Going premium?

    Premium offers the following benefits:
    Unlimited number of folder pairs (free version has a limit of 3).
    No restrictions on the source folder path. Users on the free version cannot select Android, Android/obb or Android/data as source directories.
    Folder sizes are indicated in the file explorer.

    More info: Please or Register to view links
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  4. Thanks po sa pagtugon sa katanungan ko Kuya Please or Register to view links (Kuya Roldan) :)
    Tatlong games na po ang na-iMount ko.
    Pero yung Data files po ng Need For Speed Most Wanted ayaw po gumana eh. FolderMount Pro naman na po ang gamit ko.
    BTW Thanks po ulit sa Info.
    Na-Try nyo na po ba gamitin yung FolderMount?
  5. Thanks! Great help. Paturo naman kuya sa TNT free net oh, hehe. wala kasi akong nalalaman jan. android phone gamit ko. :)
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