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Question about saving a app possibly

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid' started by defcon86nwh, Jul 6, 2010.

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    I have a Motorola Droid and I was wondering if there was a way to save a app(Music Junk) to my computer in case my phone messed up and I had to replace it or it wiped itself?
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    Root your phone and look in data\app. Only way to pull it from your Droid is root so if you don't have root that's your first step.

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    download astro file manager and backup the app(s). It will back them up to the sdcard where you can extract them then

    and you don't need to be rooted
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    Could I extract it and put it on another phone?

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    If you needed to replace your phone, keep the sd card, download Astro from the Marketplace, then the app will be available to be restored to your phone.

    If you're rooted, Titanium Backup can not only restore the app, but the app's data too. The backups are also stored on the sd card.