Hello. I have a Samsung Dart telephone by T-mobile and as much as I love the phone, I am hating it more and more because of the issue of low internal storage. Once that happens, as those very familiar with android phones know, I can't get any text messages and must begin deleting items. The problem is, most of the data is being stored is under "System Data" according to the DiskUsage app and there is no way for me to see what's there!* According to DiskUsage, my phone has 177.4 MB of internal storage, with 58.6 being used by applications, 20.4 MB free, and a whole 98.3 MB by System Data. *From what I have looked up online, the only way to see what's being stored there is to root one's device. I would however like to avoid doing this because I may return this phone and have no idea, nor have found any instructions on how to unroot this device. The second solution I have found is to reset the phone. I would for now prefer not to do this as I don't want to have to go through apps and write down things for those apps for which there are no way of backing up items, like ColorNote and Shazam, or to figure out how to backup things, along with making a list of the items I have installed. So, my main question is, other than rooting the device and looking what's stored in system data, and other than doing a factory reset, how can I see / guess what's in system data and reduce it's size? What kinds of files are usually stores in system data? And finally, I see many people asking about this problem. It's either something all of us users are doing wrong, or Android really wasn't built in a smart fashion. What good is a powerful phone if you can't do anything powerful with it thanks to such a terrible and irritating limitation? Also, because of this problem, especially if there aren't easy or straight forward solutions, and also because I want a phone with a camera that has auto focus, I would like to find another prepaid phone with a larger internal storage, but they seem (for the few that I looked at) to either be around the same size as my current phone (either a little higher or lower). Any recommendations would be appreciated. I also don't understand why the internal storage of phones seem to be a number that is not immediately mentioned with the specs of a phone, especially considering how it impacts the user experience once it's almost full. One has to do a lot of researching to find this number.