How to Properly Use Directory Bind on Samsung Galaxy S III
Not too long ago, we featured Directory Bind, a handy Android app that lets you bind directories your phone to directories on other partitions. It is especially useful for using your external SD card to store app data that normally resides in the internal SD card.
While it was originally built for the Samsung Galaxy S II, Directory Bind was reported to work on several other devices, including the Galaxy S III. However, several users came across problems with using it on the S III. That’s why XDA Recognized Contributor bala_gamer wrote a comprehensive guide on how to properly use it on Samsung Galaxy S III.
This step-by-step newbie-friendly guide details the configuration options you have to edit and the entries you have to add, along with screenshots of the entire process. It also offers a few handy tips to help you use Directory Bind most efficiently.
You can find the complete guide at the forum thread.
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