This seems like a question that's been asked before, but I have no clue what to do about it. So forgive me if this is fairly obvious I've had my Samsung Galaxy J1 Ace for just over a year now, and I've had my memory card for as long as I can remember, (has to be absolute years at this point). For a while now I've noticed that my phone's memory gets filled up constantly, and I need to constantly delete things to make sure I can open my gallery, or so that my Gmail will sync. The problem is that I have no idea where all my free space has gone. I've cleared space and cleared app caches, but my free space is absolutely miniscule. And that's all after clearing as much junk away as I can. I even went as far as to connect my phone to my laptop, and either manually delete every unwanted file, or transfer it over, but nothing really seems to work. To be honest, my music collection probably takes up a fairly big chunk, but I've accounted for that, and I should have more space than I actually do. I understand some apps almost instantly regenerate their cached data, but still. I shouldn't have 2% of my space left. Also, is it just me or does the system memory claim more space over time? I could swear it wasn't that large when I first got the phone... On top of this, when I check my Used Space, it shows me this: There's no way my storage has that much space taken up. I have no videos in my storage, plus about 20 photos, so I'm not sure why it says I'm taking up 75MB. And my apps don't take much either. I have no clue why it says my downloads are 781MB either. These are my most space-heavy apps I have at the moment: I tried downloading anti-malware apps, but they can't seem to find anything wrong with it. Is there anything I can do to clear out whatever's hogging all my storage? Any help is greatly appreciated Thanks in advance!