My backup pro has always crashed and hasn't worked for me. I always use Titanium Backup and highly recommend it!!!
Sent from the best phone on Verizon!
Still searching; can I restore apps to my Razr from my Droid X SD card? Don't need data but could sure be helpful to avoid d/l 50 apps again. I DO have a Titanium Pro backup on that DX card...
And I can't find my darn registration number for Ti-Pro I bought a year ago.
Forgot to mention: both phones rooted.
If the APXs are on the SD Card, it's simply a matter of using a file manager and going into the card and selecting the apps and they'll install.
What about the nonrooted chickens/dummies(I'm speaking for myself)...and what is really saved on the SD cards ne way...I just switch from 16 to 32 without doing ne thing except unmounting and everything is still on the phone(other than pics which I know are on other SD card)
Unfortunately, looking through the backed up folders and files from the DroidX (backups copied to Razr SD card), there do not appear to be any SDK files.
Guess we'll go back to manual download again.
Thanks for the idea, though.
OK, looks like I'm getting somewhere, and overcoming my ignorance "one app at a time."If the APXs are on the SD Card, it's simply a matter of using a file manager and going into the card and selecting the apps and they'll install. There are plenty of apps on the market, Easy Installer, AppInstaller, APK Installer, etc. and they will search the SD card for any APKs, display them and allow you to select either one or many and will do batch installs.
OK, looks like I'm getting somewhere, and overcoming my ignorance "one app at a time."
Although ES File Manager does not find ANY APK nor APX files, I do see the apps, and now can use Easy Installer to re-install an app. Once I figure out how I did it (I was concentrating on trying to extract something....), I'll do it some more.