Restoring backups remember stored browser passwords?

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    Hey guys, i'm wondering if I restore a previous backup I have, will I be able to pick up exactly where I left off on my browser? As if I never reflashed my phone?

    Forgot the password to a FTP server, but if I can restore my phone and load up the browser, it should be the last site I was on. So i'm hoping if I restore it, i'll still be able to access the server still logged in?
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    I believe you should be good to go if you restore as long as you backed up everything. In my experience ALL data is there when you restore an old backup. Of course I never had to restore to go back and get a password for an ftp server.

    Just make a back up of your current set up and worst case scenario its not there you just revert back to the new back up you made and come up with a new plan to get the password...
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