I won't copy the whole log, but the important part.
About switching memories or rebuilding the database
If you use another memory or rebuild the database, as long you don't delete the games you are safe
[spoiler]I did rebuild my Vita database, and without accessing Internet I was able to play the game anyway, so that leaves hope to be true[/spoiler]
About making backups with the Content Manager after SeptemberYou: I already did the activation process, but my wonder is if I will lose the PSM license if I switch my memories or I simply rebuild the console's database
Rafael: I understand, being honest I do not know that information by hand, let me go ahead and investigate in our internal database.
Rafael: Thank you for waiting Eric, it seems that you will lose the ability to re-download the content you've purchased after September 10th, so if you delete any content or perform any action on the Vita that does so, you will not be able to re-download it again.
You: So, if I switch my memories card without deleting anything, I should be safe right?
You: That's a big relief. I was really scared of losing all my games.
Rafael: Definitely understand, don't worry Eric, as long as you do not delete them you should be able to continue playing them.
It seems that it won't be possible. Do the backup since there is a chance, but don't delete anything until it's verified after September 10th
[spoiler]Disclaimer: I asked this to another guy before, but my reply was they didn't know.
[/spoiler]You: I know that I can backup PSM games using the CMA tool right now. It will be possible to restore them after September (considering my Vita is already activated)?
Gerardo: Just a moment, let me gather some information.
You: Got it
Gerardo: We checked this for you, and since it's not going to be supported anymore, I cannot guarantee that it will be restored.
Are refunds possible?You: Will the Content Manager still work with PSM games? So in the case I need to format the memory, I can backup the games and then restore them again?
Rafael: I am afraid we do not have that information Eric, but being that the licenses will be forfeited, I am positive to think you won't have the ability to backup your PlayStation Mobile content.
Nope. I did clear it was Sony's fault but they are just not able to do it.
I hope that will clear any doubts about Sony's lack of responsibility when they decided this *bad word* move. I mean, the games appears in the SEN account so that would be enough to verify if we own the game or not.You: Is a refund possible? I bought most of them a few day ago after reading the community announcement (http://community.us.playstation.com/t5/ ... p/45023971) which made me understand that the license would be saved in the console
Rafael: I am sorry if this may represent an issue for you Eric, unfortunately we cannot process a refund for PlayStation Mobile content.