规格如果需要。 电话：三星Galaxy S5，SM-G900V，Android Ver 6.0.1，不植根。
计算机：Windows 10 Pro。
I'm familiar with moving apps from internal to external memory. In fact I have to with the limited internal memory I have.
Some apps don't allow that. I know it's the
android:installLocation line. I try to avoid the apps that don't allow moving to the external memory. The only way I know is to install it, and try to move it. Seems like an impractical method to me.
So, the question is: Is there a way to determine this setting before installing?
Specs if needed. Phone: Samsung Galaxy S5, SM-G900V, Android ver 6.0.1, not rooted.
Computer: Windows 10 Pro.
You will need to examine the app manifest on PC to determine if the app can / cannot be moved to external SD card
Manifest declarations that determine this are explained in my answer here App can't be moved to SD Card , Option not available. To summarize
Only if android:installLocation is set to
preferExternalit can be moved to external SD
For more details on reading the manifest file on PC see this SO question