My intro thread. Here's the scoop; I recently picked up a Droid Eris. First time with Android, and I can't leave well enough alone. I installed the Amon_RA recovery, flashed PlainJaneT2, installed setCPU, partitioned my SD with a 32mb swap, 768mb ext3 and the rest is Fatty32 deposits. Installed bloat freezer and let the default apps know what I thought of them (I know PlainJane has a flashable bloatware delete, but it never deleted anything for me). So as with I'm sure thousands of others this morning I decided to go get Plants vs Zombies. Except Amazon Appstore is telling me I have no room to install it. Wth? I double checked, /system/sd/app/ has 623.81mb free of 686.38. I also double checked the symlinks for app and app-private were both pointing at /system/sd/app(-private). They are. So why is it telling me I'm out of space? Do some apps force themselves onto internal memory regardless of apps2sd? How come /system/app is showing only 23.34mb free, and Settings > SD Card & phone storage is showing 75mb free? Sorry if this has been asked, I searched on nearly half a dozen forums. Most of the results are either people physically out of space or trying to install apps2sd.