Due to a change in Google's Android you may not find a move to SD card feature any longer. This means you have to be picky about what apps you install. That memory is useful for your photos, MP3 and such.
Sorry but as this area has been asked some thousand times I will defer to prior discussions and again, this is what this OS delivers on some phones.
So, I recently had my old Smasung phone die out on me so I went out and grabbed a cheap LG Optimus Dynamic for $80. I wasn't expecting a lot, because of the price, but this issue is just kind of senseless.
I've tried downloading a few apps (literally like 4), and my phone's storage is already full. There is an internal memory with a bunch of empty space, but I can't find any way to make it my default storage device. It also won't let me manually move any of the apps to the internal storage when I try to do it from the app manager in settings.
Is there a way to make the internal storage the primary storage versus the phone storage? If not, that's insanely ridiculous to have a bunch of memory you can't use.