Through my phone calls to various companies, I have to ask the thread topic, because no one wants to take ownership of my problem. I have a ZTE Majesty (aka ZTE 976C) with Straight Talk as the carrier, running Android 4.1.2. I have had a big problem with apps filling up the internal memory. Most of them have the option to "Move to SD card" grayed out. On my previous phone (HTC Merge through Ntelos, Android 2.3.4), almost all of the apps allow movement. ZTE WILL not help, because they are "contractually obligated" to refer all support calls to Straight Talk. I got three different answers from Straight Talk, because their "technical support" person basically looked at the manual that they have online (which has no information about this), and the 2 tier 2 techs gave me different answers, with the last one saying it was Google's fault. I then called Google Play support, and they said it may be the phone or the app that limits being able to move it. I was about to go look for another phone, but then a friend said they were having the same problem on another brand phone through AT&T. In doing some searching, several forums on the Internet are saying that it is developers who are now choosing to make the apps not able to move. So how the heck can you expect to get an app if it fills up your internal memory? How do these developers expect to make any money like this? Some straight answers would be appreciated. Very very frustrated at the moment.