I bought and installed a 64 gb SD card thinking it would be fun to put games on there on the basis that I read from an Android site that I could move data to the SD card. What they failed to mention is that only a small ass portion of the application goes to the SD card and the rest stays in the phone. I installed Baldur's Gate 2 and "moved" it to the SD card only to find that 2.42 GB of it is still on my phone storage and 33.62 mb went to my SD card. That's just fantastic, I may as well have not even put this SD card into there. Is rooting my phone to the SD card the only way to actually use this SD card? I have no idea what I'm doing. I shouldn't have to find workarounds for this just because some lazy and/or greedy idiot wants me to use the piddly ass 16 gb on my phone (which is already half full with system memory and such) instead of the perfectly usable 64 gb SD card that's been rendered useless by poor programming.