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How to restore with new 2.3 OS

2: Seeker

My Xperia X10 went away for a repair and as advised a made a back up using the standard backup and restore app. After a couple of weeks at the Vodafone repair centre my handset was eventually replaced. The replacement phone has 2.3 Android which looks good but how can I restore all my apps and contacts as I nolonger have a backup and restore app.

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MTL
13: Advanced Member

 

Use this link to download the apk

 

Backup & Restore App

 

http://www.4shared.com/file/E4dicIOv/BackupX10.html 

 

 

How to install it

 

You need to

 

go to settings -> applications -> check unknown sources

 

download OI File Manager

 

https://market.android.com/details?id=org.openintents.filemanager&feature=search_result

 

download the backup & restore app, transfer it to your SD card, use OI file manager to find it -> tap on it -> install it

 

 

you can download another version of the backup & restore app here

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1193802 

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2: Seeker
Thanks, I will give it a try. Not impressed with 2.3 so far :-(
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MTL
13: Advanced Member

I've got an Arc, so can't comment on 2.3 on the X10, but I've gone through 

1.6, 2.1 and 2.2 on HTC handsets, and can only say that 2.3 seems to be an

improvement, but that might just simply be down to the hardware.

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