I have a Samsung S8 with 64GB of built in memory running Pie. I've had my phone for two years and am normally struggling to maintain storage space due to having a large number of downloaded apps and unlistened to podcasts. Last night, for the first time, I got a pop up warning about extremely low memory, which I don't think I've seen before, despite my regular low memory availability. I used my normal tricks to clear up some space, and all was good. When I woke up this morning, I had literally 0 memory left. Less than 1MB according to the AppMgr III app I use to manage storage. I thought that was odd considering my cleanse the night before, but I did have a bunch of new podcast downloads, so I deleted a number of them and had about 1.4 GB free. Now, four hours later, I've gotten the same extremely low memory warning and have barely touched my phone all morning; I certainly didn't download anything new. AppMgr III tells me I have nothing in cache, Google Play tells me I haven't updated any apps in more than 10 hours, and I can't find any other sign of where my memory went. What could possibly be eating up my memory so quickly and without my knowledge? Any help figuring this out would be greatly appreciated.