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Oops..damnit..deleted Backup Assistant by mistake. Help!

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid X' started by 2fasst, Nov 30, 2010.

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    Ok Ok I know. I just got the Droid X, realized there were so much Bloatware and used Titanium Backup to remove a lot of it. I got happy fingers and before I know it Backup Assistant was gone.

    THEN>>>>I read on the forum that if I delete this my phone could brick in the future.

    I've since reinstalled it from a download off the forums (thanks guys). But I'm not sure if I have the correct versions as now I have both version 2.1-update1 AND version 1.0

    Would someone with an unmolested/virgin Droid X running Android 2.2 verify for me:

    How many versions of the Backup Assistance Apps are running on your phone? Just one or both? And please verify the version for me.

    Thanks...I really appreciate it.

    -Jas
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    resolved...thanks
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    how?

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    You can get backup assistant in the Market..just download it again..
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    I was able to find Backup Assistant version 2.2, used Root Explorer to move the APKs back into /system/app

    Then set the file permissions to RWX.

    Unmount the drive..(change it to RO)

    Reboot..the system self installs once the APKs are in that folder, with the right permissions.
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