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ASTRO? apk file

Discussion in 'Android Tech Support' started by athensparks, Dec 29, 2009.

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    i downloaded an Apk file swype and i dont know how to download a file manager to get it running. it was suggested to used Astro but where do i get it. does anyone have a link or recommend anything better?
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    Astro is my favorite file manager. Open your market app and search for Astro. It's free and very popular.
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    Love Astro myself. But it is only free (as of right now) through 01/31/2010
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    You can also download APP INSTALLER to set it up.
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    thanks for the help i will do that. Have any of you used the swype keyboard yet?
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    I installed it last night and it is amazing. Definitely worth giving it a try since it can easily be uninstalled if you don't like it.
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    yes i tried it and i am happy with it so far. if you notice anything that bugs you let me know, i am going to reccomend it to my group of droiders if i still want it after the week. thanks again for the help.
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    i am looking to back up my files does anyone have any reccomendations for that app?
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    You can actually use the Astro File Manager to back up all of your apps. Open Astro, hit the menu button on the bottom of your Droid, choose Tools, then choose Application Manager/Backup. From there, you can either select all of your apps by checking the box in the top right corner, or you can go down the list and choose them one by one. Once you have chosen which apps to backup, hit the "backup" button in the upper left corner.
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