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Restoring Phone Using MyBackupPro

Discussion in 'Android Tech Support' started by glamtek666, Jul 13, 2010.

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    Like many, my Droid(Stock, 2.1) has been lagging like crazy. I want to do a Factory reset. Ive installed MyBackupPro, and backed everything up. I've never done this before and am a little nervous. Ive searched the forums and cant find a step-by-step. Could someone throw this worry-wart a bone and give a detailed walk through of how to restore once the phone is wiped? Thanks.dancedroid
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    If I were you I'd just do a factory data reset through the privacy section of your Droid. When I've done that all my apps were waiting for me when I signed in.

    It's easy to do the reinstall of apps you just select reinstall if I remember correctly. What I do remember is that it did not restore all of my unpaid apps, just a portion of them.

    Just use the factory data reset. It should work just fine and it will refresh your Droid.
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    the factory reset restores all pics and data on the SD card as well??
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    It won't touch the SD card. Just works on the phone itself. :)
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    factory reset will not touch the sd card

    to use mybackup pro after reseting, download a file manager from the market (astro works). then find the mybackuppro apk on the sd card to install it (just do a search for it)

    after that you can go into the app and restore what you want
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    thanks fellas .. my droid has been laggy as hell the past few weeks .. hope this helps
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    Post back with a report if you don't mind. Mine is getting the same way, especially when making calls.
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    Just want to mention don't forget about basic maintenance. Clear cookies, clean cache. I purchased a cache cleaner for rooted phones that does an excellent job.

    Just like a computer, it requires a little maintenance.
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