I have only had my Samsaung Galaxy Xcover 2 (Android 4.1.2) for a little over a month and already I am getting problems because it is full. The SD card isn't, but the internal memory is. For some reason, the phone won't display my pictures (which are on my SD card as far as I know) if there is less than 50 MB free space on my internal memory. I cannot check my internal memory with My Files - that will only show me my SD card. I cannot access it on my PC either: it will only give me a bunch of empty folders-in-folders. But there must be about 1 GB of occupied space. I don't have any apps that are particularley heavy. My PC said I have around 50 MB free on my internal storage. AppMgrIII said I had about 200. I don't know who is speaking the truth here, it's all a bit foggy to me. But here comes the weird part: On AppMgrIII I can get a list of apps that can be moved to the external storage. When I hit 'move all apps' it will open the App Info for all of those apps - without any option to move them to SD card! There simply is no button that says 'move to SD card'. Only Force Stop and Uninstall. So I tried Apps2SD. It finds 26 apps that can be moved to the SD card. By clicking any of those apps, I am brought to the same App Info page - and still no button to move the apps to the SD card! And those are simple apps I downloaded and that do not have a widget. Without rooting my phone, what can I do to move downloaded non-widget apps to my SD card?