Nvidia’s portable Android console, Shield, received an over-the-air update on Thursday, giving gamers the ability to migrate game and app data fils from internal to SD card storage. After updating your devices, the process is very straightforward: simply go to your Settings, Apps, Select App and then move your stuff on over. The new update should give you more flexibility to keep data—and maybe some nice emulators—off the Shield’s limited internal storage.
In addition, Shield’s new update promises to improve PC streaming, support for additional games (FIFA 13, Resident Evil: Revelations and more), and Miracast streaming with the Actiontec ScreenBeam Pro. Nvidia is also adding more support for Tegra developers tools, so hopefully some cool new experiences will be built for the device in the coming months. You can get the update now by check your System Update setting.