Any way to get apps reinstalled on new phone?

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  1. payrovi2

    payrovi2 New Member

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    I have many apps I've purchased on my Droid phone. My phone has a couple of issues and Verizon tech has told me they could replace it with a new Droid.

    Is there any way to do this and get the apps I had previously installed onto my new phone without paying for them again?
     
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    Yup, Log in with the same gmail and all you paid apps will be available.
     
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    When I exchanged, all my paid apps came back, and most of the free ones did too. Before the switch though I downloaded APLIST from the market. It generates a text file with every app you have and saves it to your sdcard. So I just went through and looked up the ones that didn't come back on their own.
     
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    APLIST saved me. I had just used it a day before there was a problem with the phone which required a battery pull/account removal/etc to get my phone working again correctly. I was able to retrieve the app names and put my phone back to the way it was.
     
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    i cant find the program using APLIST is it under a different name
     
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    or use astro file manager and put all your apps on sd
     
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    Some Paid keys will not transfer using this method.

    Apps like touchdown and Docs to go will not backup the Key.
     
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    Try APPLIST. Did the same thing. :greendroid:

     
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    I actually like leaving all the apps off my phone when I do a wipe. I add them back in as I need them. For me, it's a good way to shed those apps I DL'ed but didn't need after all. :D

    -Mike
     
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    APP list just makes a list, if you don't want it back, skip it.
     
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