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had to do a factory reset, question

Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by jniccolai, Jul 22, 2010.

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    how the heck do i get all the stuff back off my sd card? i downloaded a file manager sort of thing and lost that, but i need some help - all my ringtones are lost in my sd card :( help a newbie please?
    Thanks
    Jenn
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    ? Doing a factory reset shouldn't impact your SD card
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    factory reset doesn't wipe your sd card.

    get a file explorer and double check to see if they're in there or connect it to your PC.
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    I don't know how you had your ringtones setup but doing a factory data reset shouldn't affect the SD card as mentioned above. Go to your downloads and get your apps back. If you used RingDroid for you ringtones you probably will have to get that back.

    Your SD card should be fine.