I'm unclear why my LG Optimus V runs very low internal storage -- even with very few downloads to internal storage. I obviously move as many as my apps to SD storage as apps I want have that capacity, but with so much bloatware pre-installed that can't be removed, I have room for little else that requires use of my internal memory, not SD card. Bloatware includes Where, Twitroyd, Poynt, etc....that I've uninstalled updates for and reduced their space hogging, but even that doesn't work. I'm at 7% free and the only newly downloaded programs to internal storage -- because they don't have an SD option -- are advanced task killer, and yahoo mail. I use 1-tap clean cache, housed on my SD card, to clean out cache, and advanced task killer, housed on internal storage, to kill running program and kill what services I can that are running. Any suggestions on what's wrong, and what I can do about it? I don't have the skill or interest in rooting a phone, and voiding my warranty. I added the App 2 SD app by Sam Lu, and although it didn't show me any movable apps, afterwards, the memory increased somehow after installing the app to my SD card...; it also has a one-stop clear cache button you can add to other one-button cache clearer apps....; see the video at the website...; Still stumped...maybe just an artifact of erroneous reporting at Android, although I restarted the phone a few times and it kept showing low memory until after using the App 2 SD app, again without moving any apps from internal storage to SD card. I had already moved all that could be moved. Strange voodoo magic at work, or another explanation?