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  1. schlk21's Avatar
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    Blown speaker, only had the phone for a month.

    I want to backup my Preware patch list for the new phone, possibly app list too. What do I need to do?
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    back-up app in Preware...
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    OK, I also just copied every folder while in USB mode, figure I can sort it out later
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    Actually, which backup are you talking about? Saved Package List?
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    Quote Originally Posted by schlk21 View Post
    Actually, which backup are you talking about? Saved Package List?
    Pre Backup Utility.
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    I'm also heading in for a replacement. The issue isn't with the software...of course it's with the hardware...but I don't want to take any chances...

    Should i wipe it clean of all patches & homebrew apps before taking it in?
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    So last night I used the Pre Backup Utility, and also copied the entire root onto my computer.

    Today, with the new phone, after updating and syncing everything, I installed Preware, then the backup utility again. I restored the package but my patches were not synced. What am I doing wrong?
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    Quote Originally Posted by econdor View Post
    I'm also heading in for a replacement. The issue isn't with the software...of course it's with the hardware...but I don't want to take any chances...

    Should i wipe it clean of all patches & homebrew apps before taking it in?
    I always wipe the phone. I don't want to leave my contacts there for someone to find, and I don't want them to question/blame all the homebrew stuff for whatever has me talking to support.

    I also prefer to call support, ask for a Palm specialist, and handle everything on the phone. The technicians in the stores have less latitude to go off-script, and in many cases are contract employees.

    IMHO

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