X to Bionic

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  1. kingpin6866

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    I'm switching from a DroidX to a Bionic. What steps can I do to "migrate" my data over?

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    are you just thinking photos or what do you consider "data"?
     
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    I know google saves your purchased Apps, but how do you restore data for those Apps? (saved games, db backups, settings). My DroidX is rooted if that helps. Not sure if Bionic has been yet. I have nandroid backup as well as titanium backups

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    If you are rooted you can use Titanium Backup to backup all your app data to an SD card, then you can use TiBu to restore off the SD to your Bionic.
     
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    Is there any way to do it non rooted? Like angry birds saves and stuff like that?
     
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    His bionic would need to be rooted as well.

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    That answers my question. Bionic is rooted and I can easily move my stuff using Titanium. Thank you.
     
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    Anyone know yet if you can use TB to restore the stock calendar data and does it work?!
     
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    The stock calendar data should be synced with your google account...maybe I'm confused as to what your asking?
     
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    ^I guess I didn't know if my future events would transfer over? Funny, I flashed the phone tons of times and have used TB to restore all data but never with my calendar. I just recently decided to start using it.
     
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