In that case, you can change the path manually:
- Get an app that lets you access your mobile phone's file system, such as AndExplorer (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=lysesoft.andexplorer)
- Now look for your SD card in the file system, that is, the folder that might for instance be called "sdcard0".
- Note down the entire path, such as "/storage/sdcard0"
- Now open the app -> Access your profile (head icon) -> Access the settings (cog wheels icon) -> App settings -> Offline maps -> Offline maps directory
- Enter the SD card path you noted down, please make sure to add the following text at the end: Android/data/de.komoot.android/files
/storage/sdcard0/Android/data/de.komoot.android/files or /storage/extSdCard/Android/data/de.komoot.android/files
(Examples)Please note: If your phone's operating system has been updated, you need to enter a new path into the offline maps directory. If you already downloaded maps or Tours and wish to change the path: Maps you already saved will not be moved and can therefore no longer be accessed. Make sure to delete all offline-maps before you change the path therefore.
Changes on Android 6
On Android 6, you need to give komoot permissions to save on your SD card. Also note, that with Android 6 the storage path has changed significantly. It might look something like this:
The key-combination you see behind "storage" differs, based on which SD card you used. So it might be completely different for you. If komoot doesn't automatically show you a new path, deinstalling the app and installing it again might make the system adapt the path automatically.