Mybackup Pro "Parse error" message when attempting sdcard restore.

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    Hostility6 New Member

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    I just received replacement DX and when I attempt to do a app restore from sdcard by choosing just 1 app (tried 1 other also) I get a "Parse error" message stating....There is a problem parsing the package.... then when I tap OK it states....Done > summary for restoring > Restore battery details (app) successful.... I tap OK then get > Info > then in red letter's....Please restart your phone immediately in order to see the new data... I tap OK > restart phone and no app in market apps, home screen apps or widgets [​IMG]

    Emailed Reware this AM and waiting on reply also...
     
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    Well my dumb A** found the problem.... I had deleted all apps in old backup folder and keep just one app but all apps were listed in that folder in restore and was trying to restore others that were already deleted of course. Not sure why they were still listed?

    Anyhow, Reware is really quick with there response (emailed 2hrs ago) as I was resolving issue in between our conversation. A+ App:)
     
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