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    Default Backup and restore to replacement phone?

    Hi guys,

    My TB fell out of my pocket Tuesday and cracked (first phone I've ever had break on me). I'm getting my replacement today. Is there a way I can backup everything from my existing phone and restore it on to the new one? I didn't get a chance to root it yet, so I can't use Titanium. I have the APN backup app. Can I use this and just copy the sd card?

    Any help would be appreciated.

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    Easiest is to use a PC... don't you have access to a PC?
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    Yeah I have access to a PC. So if i just copy my sd card to the new sd card I should be fine? If I have to reinstall all my apps, so be it, just looking for an easy transition.
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    I had my TB replaced for screen discoloration. Between the data synced to Google and the data saved to my SD card the transition was really smooth. And as far as the SD card itself, the CSR on the phone told me I could just put my existing SD card in the new phone and send the new card back with the old phone. That saves you the copying step, at least. And now when you set up the new one the Market will start downloading ALL of your apps, not just the paid ones. Also a time saver!
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    with out root there is not really a way to backup your screens, the market should automatically restore your apps. If your phone still works you could try MyBackup Pro from the market, it is supposed to back up your phone without root
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    Thanks for the help guys.

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