1. Raudic's Avatar

    So I've had a Droid X since release, but just recently rooted and have started experimenting with ROMs and the like. Last night, I installed Liberty, but I of course back upped all my apps and data with Titanium. Once installed, the only contacts my phone had were the ones synced with Google. The large majority of my contacts were on backup assistant which, for some reason, isn't showing up in the maket. Furthermore, when I try to restore Backup Assistant or Contacts through Titanium, it's unsuccessful (Both Contacts data and backup assistant have lines through them in Titanium and I cannot restore them individually.

    Will I have to install backup assistant manually, or something? And if that's the case, can someone give me the .apk?

    04-22-2011 08:50 AM
  2. BostonBeats88's Avatar
    Had the exact same issue. I was on Apex for a while and decided to try out Liberty and all my contacts would not update and backup assist was nowhere to be found.

    I just logged on to the VZW Backup Assistant website and downloaded my contacts to my computer, added them to my gmail contacts and had my phone sync those. Its a pain in the *** and I miss the Backup assistant but it did the job.

    Any solutions or APKs would be appreciated.
    05-03-2011 02:42 PM
  3. xliderider's Avatar
    Yep, just export your backup assistant contacts as a csv file and import to your gmail account on your computer, then resync your gmail account on your device. Problem solved, no Backup Assistant needed.
    05-03-2011 02:49 PM
  4. wildman's Avatar
    BA has issues, most users gave up on it a while back, if you follows xliderider post you will be good.
    05-03-2011 04:01 PM
  5. ccm435's Avatar
    Backup Assistant is lame. Just put it all in Google and you will always be able to sync them. I use Apex and removed BA with Titanium Backup (Wish it wasn't even in there to begin with) and everything works just fine.

    05-03-2011 05:24 PM