WAIT, maybe I did get results the first time, because after our walk, I checked App2SD and now there's 8 apps in the MOVE tab that weren't there before.
Here's my documentation up until finding the above conversation:
Right before I started trying to follow your instructions:
Storage 158mb/177mb - SD 268mb/14.83gb
I have Samsung Dart SGH-T499 with Android 2.2.2 - it is rooted (and has Terminal Emulator, but I didn't use it since I'm not that comfortable with it - it's just in there from when I setup VOIP). The first HTC Desire C in their carosel menu would NOT install to my Win7 - TWICE, the name of that HTC Sync App is setup_188.8.131.52.exe -- So I found another desire on their carosel called HTC Desire S, which did install without problem - it's name is htc_sync_setup_3.2.20.exe
I tried following your instructions verbatim, without reading anything into it. I used copy/paste to make certain I didn't make input mistakes. I doubled exited out of command when all seemed done, then rebooted my phone. I checked my storage, and changes were minimal:
Storage 158mb/177mb - SD 270mb/14.83gb
Then I installed an app listed as 7.5mb on Google Play (Evernote), and got the Low on Space - Internal phone storage is getting low notification, even though my storage numbers made it appear as though only the SD storage grew bigger:
Storage 161mb/177mb - SD 279mb/14.83gb
I uninstalled Evernote, then started over, this time toggling USB settings to Debugging OFF, but ERROR: device not found, which did not occur when USB Debugging was ON. I checked to ensure HTC Sync was actually running, and the icon in my status bar appears to have a tiny red x in it - I check to see what's up, and Adobe Air hasn't been agreed to by me yet, so I'll do that, Hey, now the HTCSync window opens, telling me NO DEVICE CONNECTED, despite having my phone/laptop connected via USB (Debugging off)
I'll try again (once I figure out how to re-enable USB Debugging - hey it's been a few months since I fiddled with that setting LOL). Ok Debugging back on, unplugged/replugged USB cable - still no device found.
Exited HTCSync, restarted - no device found
Turned off debugging again, still no device found.
Exited HTCSync again, and turned ON USB storage, then opened HTCSync again. Arrrgh!
Well unless you see a mistake in my steps, I supposed it's possible my ancient, frugal Samsung Dart might not work with your instructions, despite having Android 2.2.2
Going for a walk now, will check in later, or tomorrow to see if any suggestions have been posted. Thank you!