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Option to use SD card (for all files saved on device)

As an office365 customer I get 5TB of cloud storage. I have a 128GB MicroSD card but can't use it for onedrive. I can only have a couple GB available "offline" in unused internal device storage. Major functionality omission!

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      • Dennis commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Get foldersync for Android and sync where you want when you want. I have been using it for years with Dropbox. You're wasting your time waiting for Microsoft to do it.

      • ram2212 commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Man, I saw a post in other site with the same request and it was from 2014,don't think they are worrying about putting this feature

      • Neo Zen commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        @anonymous 4th Jan 2018: it's not possible to find the place where onedrive saves offline files. It is not accessible to the user, at least not without rooting the device.

      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Try to mount the SD card to an empty NTFS folder, then create a subfolder called onedrive or something and resync onedrive to your device using that folder as the place wher onedrive saves your files.

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