vikaspayal: Anybody who wants to revert back to original setting has the option to revert back. Just repeat the command by replacing "2" with "0" The whole process is described in my video. Thanks
Pete Renzo Tech: very nice it working 101%!!!!!!!!!!!but i use (adb shell pm set-install-location 2) to work but Thanksssssssssssssssss!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Kurdell Pooran: Does it have a esier way????
Stark Satvik: it is saying error : more than one devices and emulator
Qi Qi: thank you thank you thank you
Rikey PL: Working command is: adb shell pm set-install-location 2
Rushi Bhatt: bro its showing that no device attached i did all the process that u told but still its showing?? plzz help
Ashbert Williams: thanks homes work well
Lohithaksha Sreedharan: Mine is windows 32 bit. There's no jdk in oracle's list. What to do?
East Game Zone: For All Din't See The "Open Command Windows Here" You Must Hold And Press SHIFT Button On Your KeyBoard And Right Click ! That It Just Listen Carefully.. He Say Hold Shift Button I Heard It :D !
East Game Zone: But How I Can't Find Debugging Mode ? I'm Using Android Lenovo A328
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Yhezeldara Llasos: HEEELPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP!!!!!! It shows "list of devices attached" BLANK When I type it again and again I get the result. Using Samsung Galazy Ace Duos
anthony frank menezes: Nice one good to go its very easy thanks it saved me buying a new mobile i am happy now guys its very useful i can save everything to sd card now
GamesZocker LP: not working it dont show my phone by list of attached devices but an the android is debug usb active whats wrong i have a galaxy xcover 2
Jay Zhou: thanks
Luis Yerik Arambula: THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!!
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C:\Development\adt-bundle-windows-x86_64-20140321\sdk\platform-tools>adb devices List of devices attached YT9109G9SW device
C:\Development\adt-bundle-windows-x86_64-20140321\sdk\platform-tools>adb shell p m setInstallLocation 2 this below msg came after executing command adb shell pm setInstallLocation 2 Error: unknown command 'setInstallLocation' usage: pm list packages [-f] [-d] [-e] [-s] [-3] [-i] [-u] [--user USER_ID] [FIL TER] pm list permission-groups pm list permissions [-g] [-f] [-d] [-u] [GROUP] pm list instrumentation [-f] [TARGET-PACKAGE] pm list features pm list libraries pm list users pm path PACKAGE pm install [-l] [-r] [-t] [-i INSTALLER_PACKAGE_NAME] [-s] [-f] [--algo --key --iv ] [--originating-uri ] [--referrer ] PATH pm uninstall [-k] PACKAGE pm clear [--user USER_ID] PACKAGE pm enable [--user USER_ID] PACKAGE_OR_COMPONENT pm disable [--user USER_ID] PACKAGE_OR_COMPONENT pm disable-user [--user USER_ID] PACKAGE_OR_COMPONENT pm disable-until-used [--user USER_ID] PACKAGE_OR_COMPONENT pm grant PACKAGE PERMISSION pm revoke PACKAGE PERMISSION pm set-install-location [0/auto] [1/internal] [2/external] pm get-install-location pm set-permission-enforced PERMISSION [true|false] pm trim-caches DESIRED_FREE_SPACE pm create-user USER_NAME pm remove-user USER_ID pm get-max-users pm list packages: prints all packages, optionally only those whose package name contains the text in FILTER. Options: -f: see their associated file. -d: filter to only show disbled packages. -e: filter to only show enabled packages. -s: filter to only show system packages. -3: filter to only show third party packages. -i: see the installer for the packages. -u: also include uninstalled packages. pm list permission-groups: prints all known permission groups. pm list permissions: prints all known permissions, optionally only those in GROUP. Options: -g: organize by group. -f: print all information. -s: short summary. -d: only list dangerous permissions. -u: list only the permissions users will see. pm list instrumentation: use to list all test packages; optionally supply to list the test packages for a particular application. Options: -f: list the .apk file for the test package. pm list features: prints all features of the system. pm list users: prints all users on the system. pm path: print the path to the .apk of the given PACKAGE. pm install: installs a package to the system. Options: -l: install the package with FORWARD_LOCK. -r: reinstall an exisiting app, keeping its data. -t: allow test .apks to be installed. -i: specify the installer package name. -s: install package on sdcard. -f: install package on internal flash. -d: allow version code downgrade. pm uninstall: removes a package from the system. Options: -k: keep the data and cache directories around after package removal. pm clear: deletes all data associated with a package. pm enable, disable, disable-user, disable-until-used: these commands change the enabled state of a given package or component (written as "package/class"). pm grant, revoke: these commands either grant or revoke permissions to applications. Only optional permissions the application has declared can be granted or revoked. pm get-install-location: returns the current install location. 0 [auto]: Let system decide the best location 1 [internal]: Install on internal device storage 2 [external]: Install on external media pm set-install-location: changes the default install location. NOTE: this is only intended for debugging; using this can cause applications to break and other undersireable behavior. 0 [auto]: Let system decide the best location 1 [internal]: Install on internal device storage 2 [external]: Install on external media pm trim-caches: trim cache files to reach the given free space. pm create-user: create a new user with the given USER_NAME, printing the new user identifier of the user. pm remove-user: remove the user with the given USER_IDENTIFIER, deleting all data associated with that user
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