ugh! I purchased a brick!.... actually, I got it as a "perk" free. This 7" tablet looked like it might be an ok alternative to something like the Kindle Fire. Unfortunately, I realized that something was seriously wrong when I tried to download anything from Google Play. ... anything I tried just kept "downloading" and never stopped. I looked at various system settings until I came across the Storage area.... um wtf? Ive attached an image with some text I added showing the storage screen display.. but the storage area shows (from top down) ______________________ Internal Storage 100% full available space 0.00mb ______________________ applications: 37mb ______________________ Internal Storage 1.43gb available space 1.43gb ____________________ It looks like there is some type of partition for the Internal storage, and downloading anything is impossible, as it must be downloading to the full partition??? I don't know android very well, and not even sure partitions are possible or if that is in fact what is happening. I searched, found nothing similar in forums, so I did a hard factory reset.... when it came back on, the first instructional screens showed up, just like it was brand new out of the package when I first turned it on.... good so far.... but when I went into storage, it still showed the first listing of Internal Storage to be completely full.. exactly the same as before the factory hard reset. Is this a Brick? or is there some way to "un-partition" the internal storage to combine the two?