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I'm hopelessly short of space on my Android phone. Can the android version of the fungi ID app be installed to the SD card? How much space does it take up (apk, data, dalvik cache), and how much of that has to be on the internal memory?

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I'm hopelessly short of space on my Android phone. Can the android version of the fungi ID app be installed to the SD card? How much space does it take up (apk, data, dalvik cache), and how much of that has to be on the internal memory?

 

Hi, yes the data for the fungi app all goes on the sd card. I dont have my android handset at the moment as its on loan so I can't give you the exact size...perhaps someone with an android handset would be good enough to have a quick look for em?

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252K in total, according to my phone. Presumably that doesn't include the picture library...

 

Haha, Steve sold me short. :lol: 244 Kb on mine for the app and 82,33 Mb for the picture database.

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