Backup and restore to a different device

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  1. HDDroid

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    My original droid drowned and I was able to upgrade to the thunderbolt. Unfortunately decided to return it within the two weeks. I purchased a used droid and plan on waiting for the bionic or droid 3. Can I backup the thunderbolt and restore to the droid? Hate to have to redo contacts, saved game data, etc..? Also since the droid is used, should I do a factory restore or reset? Thanks
     
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    Saved game data can only be saved if you are rooted an you use Titanium. That may not help anyway because you can't restore it to a non rooted phone.

    Contacts? This is a google phone. Your contacts are backed up by Gmail. The moment you sign into any Google phone your contacts are restored.

    Apps: Purchased apps will be in your "My apps" section in the Market and should start restoring once you sign into Google, however Data does not go along with that.
     
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