One of the biggest complaints levelled at the HTC
is the severe lack of internal memory. There are ways around this, one of which is forcing downloaded apps to install to the SD Card
. There are a couple of pre-requisites, but the process itself is relatively straight forward.
You’ll need HTC Sync installed (or at least the drivers that come with HTC Sync) and ADB (Android Debug Bridge) or the Android SDK. The SDK itself is a >100MB download and can be relatively difficult to install, however if you head here, look under the section entitled Mini SDK, click show, you can download a zip file called SDK-Tools.zip. Once downloaded, extract the contents of that folder to a folder of your choosing. I recommend somewhere easy, like C:\SDK-Tools as you’ll need to navigate to it via a command prompt later.
You’ll also need to enable USBDebugging