Originally Posted by Norsehawk
I talked to HTC today about this and they said if I do that what u told here that the 2 year-guarantee will be screwed. So thx but no thx! They also said that in future, when other app-makers will make an new app, it will be the only way to make them via FroYo and then all new ones will be able to move to SD-card. So have patiance before U screw up the guarantee.
Well i don't know who you talked to at HTC, but there is nothig illegal and it is IMPOSSIBLE to break your phone with this.
It could only void warranty if HTC could prove it was not their fault.
Since this is just a system setting invented by google and exposed by google, and documented by google, made possible thanks to HTC's own sync program, it seems very unlikely that HTC can revoke their warranty.
Before they can do such a thing they have to prove that what you did broke the phone. I doubt that they can EVER make it stick.
They also said that rooting would void warranty. But that's no longer the case either !. rooting is legal !.
Current Device: Samsung Galaxy S4 (maybe this is too big for me,,)
Previous Android Device:
Samsung Galaxy S2 (has exacly the right size for a phone)
HTC Desire (Awesome for it's days)
Previous WM Devices
HTC Touch Diamond2 (Great device ! Restored my faith in HTC)
HTC S730 (Bad build quality, low on memory, bad device)
IMATE-SP5 (Solid Build quality, everything worked flawlesly)