Didn't see this posted elsewhere so I'd like to ask: The OTA Lollipop update was ready to go on my Sprint S4, so I went forward. However, the process failed with a warning message about insufficient storage. So I figured I should just clean out the storage as much as possible, then try to force the OTA update again. Step 1: cleaning out the storage I have 6GB free on the SD so I assume the OTA update needs to sit on the internal memory. Anyone know how much space I need to clear for it? So on the internal storage I just have ~ 500MB free right now. By moving all the photos and videos from internal --> SD, I could get it to 2GB free. Not enough? After removing that stuff I'd need to slowly move all possible apps to SD, not sure I could get much more than 3-4GB free. Step 2: forcing the OTA update Is this even possible? I've headed to System Update/Update Samsung Software but that doesn't seem to queue the update download. Any advice or pointers to threads I missed would be greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance.