Hi, I found that my storage is almost full (only 2GB free) on my 64GB iPhone 6 Plus. I looked into the storage usage in Settings, and it seems the Photos app is taking up 40+ GB of storage. This is weird because I only have 200+ photos. I connect my device to iTunes and hope I can find some hint, iTunes "honestly" tell me that 20,000+ photos are taking up those 40+GB storage. I started searching on Google and found that people are suggesting the following solutions: 1. Delete "deleted" photos from "Recently deleted items" in the Album section of the Photo app. Tried but it is weird that I do not see any such folder in the Album section. I do not know why it disappeared. To be sure, I check the same place on other iOS devices and I can see it there so I know I am looking at the right place. The OS versions are the same. 2. Fast forward time 30+ days into the future to hope that it magically triggers the deletion of photos older than that. Done but to no avail. 3. Reverse to no.2, reverse the time 2 years back so that photos appear again in "Recently deleted Items" folder. Tried but as said in no.1, that folder does not show up no matter what time it is... 4. Turn off photo sync, photo stream. I do not use them in the first place. Then, I have been searching a lot on the web and still couldn't find the answer that fits my exact situation. Some forum posts mention about jailbreak tweaks in which you can hide that folder but I did not jailbreak my device whatsoever. So, anything else that I can try? Thanks in advance.