storage card

Microsoft has previously mentioned that Windows Phone 8 will allow users to install apps from SD cards. The claim's pretty funny. Who needs to install apps from a SD card anyway? We've got the Marketplace, or whatever it's renamed now, and that makes a fine enough source of applications. If anything, we will need the ability to install apps to the SD card, to better utilize the expanded storage property.

But it looks like Microsoft has been serious about it. Here in the company's online Windows Phone 8 FAQ, there's a little chapter instructing you on how to just to that, installing an app in the form of a .xap package from your SD card to the phone.

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Abdullah writes in with an interesting question, as the title states: How can you select where to transfer your BT files and can you have them go automatically to the your SD card?

The answer is ye,s and chalk it up to those smarty guys at XDA for coming up with a freeware solution.

ObexInboxEx (v0.93), developed by alain.j.j, allows you choose where you want your BT transfer files to go to automatically.  Just install and then go to

Start -> Settings -> Connections -> OBEX Inbox to choose where u want to recieve files

Another free option that is a little more fancy would be MoBlue (v2.1), developed by Martin Kaldma and which has more detailed options and a cool UI.

Hope that does the trick for you, Abdullah!  Have a technical question for us that other readers may benefit from? Drop us a line and we'll see if we can find an answer!

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