I updated my Samsung Galaxy Reverb to Jelly Bean yesterday and after using my phone for a while I got a notification that read "Storage space running low?" I've put almost nothing on my phone, so I was like "WTF?!" I opened the notification and it says "Not enough storage space," however the grey part that indicates free space on the "device memory" bar takes up about 2/3 of the bar. Plenty of free space. Did Jelly Bean screw something up so now my phone doesn't know how to properly calculate memory values? Actual values are as follows: Total space - 1.96GB Pictures, Videos - 278MB Audio - 22.69MB Downloads - 76.02MB Misc files - 1.20MB Available space (according to my phone) - 75.36MB This is my first smart phone and it comes with SOOOO much junkware. If anyone can point me to a page that tells me what I can uninstall or delete and how to go about doing so, I would be eternally grateful.