I recently switched from iPhone to Android (moved from iPhone 4 to an LG L90). The LG is a nice device for $99 (unsubsidized). I wasn't concerned about only having 8GB of storage space because it has a MicroSD slot. "No problem," I thought, "I can save pictures and apps to the MicroSD card I bought." Maybe not. It turns out that in the version of Android I have (4.4.2), Android severely limits the use of the MicroSD card. While I am a huge nerd and not completely useless in terms of tweaking setups, etc., I have no interest in learning about rooting the device or really hacking Android. That being the case, is the MicroSD card only good for pre-loading content like music? I can't save new apps or content (like photos) to the card, correct? It seems like Google really doesn't want us to use these MicroSD cards, (valid security concerns, I think?). I'm a bit annoyed at this point - I think I would have sought out a device with at least 16GB of internal memory had I known this beforehand. Thanks for any help - I've googled and looked around a bit, but the answers aren't super clear to me as an Android newbie.