1. If all requirement have been met, run the app (Link2SD) on the device’s menu. If the app is requesting the SuperUser access (like the image below) touch “allow” option.
2. For the first launch, if you’ve been partitioned your SD card, the app will shown a popup option just like the image below. Choose one of them according to the file system on your SD card’s 2nd partition, and restart your device after that, and re-launch Link2SD after restarting. If there’s shown an “error mount script” warning, you have to re-partitioning your SD card. I suggest you to change the file system on the SD card’s 2nd partition (if you use ext2 before, use ext3 / ext4 / FAT32 file system when re-partitioning)
3. If it’s done well, choose the apps that you wants to move to SD card’s 2nd partition. Touch / tap softkey (capacitive button or “option” key) choose multi select option, and you can touch the select all option, or you can choosing manually by tick the apps one by one. Choose actions after that.
4. There will be shown the other menu on Link2SD, then choose create link.
5. Tick all the options, then click OK.
6. Wait till Link2SD moving all the apps to SD card’s 2nd partition. When it’s done, you can check the memory status on your device. Touch the softkey, and then choose storage info.
As you can see on the image above, the total apps data that have been moved on SD card’s second partition is shown on the white circle.
I have to remind you that if your apps has been linked to SD, you don’t need to moving apps to SD card with native methods, because it has been moved to 2nd partition of your SD card.
Uninstalling / removing system app with Link2SD
That is pretty easy to use this feature. All you have to do is choosing one or more system apps (bloatware) that you want to remove, then choose action.
Next, choose uninstall on the option
Then Link2SD will shown a warning message, to confirming about the removal, read it carefully. If you’re sure enough, simply click OK.
Warning..!! If you want to remove or uninstalling the system apps, make sure that you’re not removing an important (vital) app. Because if you do, there will be some risk on your device, such as some features or function is doesn’t work properly, bootloop, or even it could make your device’s totally death (brick). Make sure you know the function of the apps that you want to remove. 🙂