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Old 04-28-12, 03:11 PM   #25
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Ah nice. I might do that ,but not yet .
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Lot of messing around to back up apps and settings. You know on other phones it's a one click cloud or USB backup of all apps and settings and a one click upgrade keeping all apps and settings.
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Sometimes I set a phone up as new after an upgrade. Just to pretend I have a new phone. ::
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Lot of messing around to back up apps and settings. You know on other phones it's a one click cloud or USB backup of all apps and settings and a one click upgrade keeping all apps and settings.
Yeah it does suck. I don't know why it has to delete his personal files.

Android has gotten better though. With sync on it automatically installs your apps and general settings, but not app specific settings.
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So, what would be the step by step procedure for this with my galaxy 2?
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Google Samsung S2, xda forums, and rooting, and you will find what you're looking for.
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Google Samsung S2, xda forums, and rooting, and you will find what you're looking for.
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Google, vbulletin, how to post and pony monster before posting again DOC.
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From what i read, they are supose to release it today for Galaxy 2 and Tmobile. We'll see what happens hah.
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Would be nice if carriers could get updates out quicker and not try to force you down the new handset path.
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According to Tmobile, there is supose to be a ICS update today and a message in the taskbar area notifcation bar.
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