Hi there! I did some searching but couldn't quite find exactly what I'm trying to figure out (unless I missed something!) Okay, I'm coming from the ThunderBolt (also had DX and OG Droid before that) so I'm quite familiar with Android and all it has to offer. One thing I noticed that's a bit odd though is after installing apps and such, it puts folders for them on the INTERNAL storage as opposed to every other Android I've had, putting the folders on the EXTERNAL storage. This caused a problem for me because my saved skins from Beautiful Widgets, for example, were on the external but the phone only wanted to read info from the INTERNAL, which was empty, of course. So... I moved the folder to the internal and now it finds the skins. Same thing happens with my Smart Keyboard Pro backup... I went to restore settings and it said there was no backup "restore failed"... so I plugged it in, navigated to the external then copied the folder and put it on the internal and now it can find the backup just fine. The same exact thing happened with my backup/restore of GoLauncherEX. I looked at the folders in the internal storage and noticed it created folders that are just like ones opn my SD card that Androids normally create. It even put a DCIM folder on my internal (but would prefer it on the external-- why have two things in two places and constantly have to fiddle with copying them over etc.) Even with older non-smartphones you could choose to put on phone or card memory... so I'm all confuzzlified... I never had to do anything like that before... all my previous phones always just read the folders from the SD card, no moving/copying them to internal etc. that just seems annoying to me... ANYone have any help on the matter??? Is there ANY way I can get it to read the folders from the SD card instead of the internal memory as my previous phones always did? Thanks! EDIT: I Noticed that the phone's internal memory is called "sdcard" and my sd card is called "sdcard2" so apps keeps trying to find their information on the internal since it's called "sdcard" and they're not finding it on "sdcard2" half the time. When I look at the file location of something on the external it says "ext_sd/"