Hey there, I'm a new Galaxy SII T989 owner, I've only had it for a couple of weeks so far and I love it! ... and I've already managed to run out of space for apps, and there comes my plea for help I've taken full use of the Google play store app sale these last couple of days, buying about 50-something apps, using the "buy now, check if they're any good later" philosophy . Problem came already a few days ago when I started getting "error downloading" messages and "low on space" messages when buying new apps on the store, because ofcourse google store keeps forcing every app to download on my phone even if I dont have any space left Checking my Storage under Settings I have just 175MB available system storage out of the 1.97GB, and 7.69/11.25 USB Storage, but I see no way to move my apps to the so-called USB storage?? Or, for that matter, set USB Storage as the default download location... So I have a number of questions, so why not flood my first post with them right away right? 1. How if possible do I move stuff from the "internal storage" to "usb storage"? When I try to go Applications and try to "move to SD card" on some of the apps it's saying 'you dont have an sd card'... I haven't had time to buy an SD card yet... If I go to manage applications, there are plenty of apps showing under 'on SD card', with "USB storage" showing on the bottom of the page... so apparently in some ways USB storage is counted as SD card storage, but in others not... very confusing! 2. What's the point with the system storage & usb storage anyway, I thought the SII simply had 16GB of storage period? Are they actually separate hardware wise? Or is it just an internal sd card of sorts split into a 2GB and a 11GB partition? 3. When turning on the phone now the frickin google store keeps trying to download every single app that failed earlier, again, giving me like 20 error messages & low on space messages, SIGH Is there any way to avoid this?? I checked the settings menu in the google store and couldn't find any option to 'do not download apps automatically'?! You'd think this really shouldn't be rocket science 4. I noticed that I can't uninstall the Asphalt 6 game demo I got with the phone, which according to My Applications only takes up 292KB space, but I know it did like a 500MB download when I first tried the game (thinking it was the full game, it didn't say anything about just being a demo), and now I can't even uninstall the thing... So apparently you can't trust how much space Applications says an app takes? Checking Files, there's a Gameloft -> Games -> GloftA6HP folder in there that's apparently 0.9GB big, I wonder if that's stored on my 1.97GB system storage or the 11.25GB USB storage portion... but I'd rather not just remove a folder directly in the file system and cause other problems with the OS (if that's even possible, haven't tried)... There's also a usbStorage folder, but that one is empty... Any help very much appreciated!