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Old May 10th, 2012, 09:49 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Recommended steps to transfer data from one Android handheld to the 4G LTE

I have an Evo 4G now with a 16GB SD card. Can I just take that out and put it in the Evo LTE or should I format it first or something on my current Evo?

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you CAN stick it straight into your LTEVO and it will work, although files pertaining to your OG EVO will still be there taking up space
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Oh ok, thanks. I just wanted to make sure it wasn't some really bad thing to do in case I didn't wipe it clean first. That's probably what I'll do though.
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Oh ok, thanks. I just wanted to make sure it wasn't some really bad thing to do in case I didn't wipe it clean first. That's probably what I'll do though.
I would highly recommend copying any folders (onto a cpu drive) that are currently on the SD that you know for sure won't have negative impact on the LTEvo. My standard recommendation is copying media folders (e.g. Pictures, Ringtones, Music, Video, etc.). There are some app backups that I keep as well because the backup is not specific to the phone, so there shouldn't be any problem translating over to the new phone. There are other apps where, it may be using components on the old phone that won't translate nicely to the new phone, so I leave those out.

Once all the folders are copied, I'd delete everything on the microSD, prior to using it with the LTEvo. When you get the LTEvo, there shouldn't be any problem just inserting the microSD. First order of business, after inserting the blank microSD is to format the microSD (while in the phone). I've found recently that this seems more reliable than formatting in a PC or CPU. Once the microSD is formatted in your LTEvo, you can connect it to the PC and copy/paste the folders that you had saved from your old phone.

To me, that's the safest way to ensure that everything will work properly without any issue.
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I would highly recommend copying any folders (onto a cpu drive) that are currently on the SD that you know for sure won't have negative impact on the LTEvo. My standard recommendation is copying media folders (e.g. Pictures, Ringtones, Music, Video, etc.). There are some app backups that I keep as well because the backup is not specific to the phone, so there shouldn't be any problem translating over to the new phone. There are other apps where, it may be using components on the old phone that won't translate nicely to the new phone, so I leave those out.

Once all the folders are copied, I'd delete everything on the microSD, prior to using it with the LTEvo. When you get the LTEvo, there shouldn't be any problem just inserting the microSD. First order of business, after inserting the blank microSD is to format the microSD (while in the phone). I've found recently that this seems more reliable than formatting in a PC or CPU. Once the microSD is formatted in your LTEvo, you can connect it to the PC and copy/paste the folders that you had saved from your old phone.

To me, that's the safest way to ensure that everything will work properly without any issue.
Right on.
I've posted this tip many number of times, sorry for those getting the re-run.

After a back up, Rather than use the phone to format an SD card I prefer to format my MicroSD cards using this nifty computer utility and a USB reader:
https://www.sdcard.org/downloads/formatter_3/

It is created distributed by the SD Card Association, is super simple, and It does a really complete job. Full Overwrite is awesome.
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Right on.
I've posted this tip many number of times, sorry for those getting the re-run.

After a back up, Rather than use the phone to format an SD card I prefer to format my MicroSD cards using this nifty computer utility and a USB reader:
https://www.sdcard.org/downloads/formatter_3/

It is created by the SD Card Association, is super simple, and It does a really complete job. Full Overwrite is awesome.
Thanks for posting that, Pyro. There was another one someone recommended (and actually highly recommend across different tech sites) that is through Panasonic. I haven't tried that yet, but just in case people want to do a little research before they decide which one best suits their needs.
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Thanks for posting that, Pyro. There was another one someone recommended (and actually highly recommend across different tech sites) that is through Panasonic. I haven't tried that yet, but just in case people want to do a little research before they decide which one best suits their needs.
Might be the same thing? Or very similar?
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Might be the same thing? Or very similar?
It might be. The website looks very similar...Maybe Panasonic just "re-branded" for their own needs?...LOL. Happens a lot, so wouldn't be surprised.

Although, part of me wants to say that the Panasonic formatter wasn't specific to SD cards...just any removable drive in general.
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It might be. The website looks very similar...Maybe Panasonic just "re-branded" for their own needs?...LOL. Happens a lot, so wouldn't be surprised.

Although, part of me wants to say that the Panasonic formatter wasn't specific to SD cards...just any removable drive in general.
Maybe you are remembering me post about it?
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The main thing is to avoid wrong formatting for an sd card as has existed on some revisions of Windows.

Not 100% sure, but my memory is that the phone's built in formatting conveniently creates the folders that HTC and Android are expecting.

I suspect that unless you have a need for deep formatting (with a wipe), as may happen with an older card, then the phone format is fine.

SD cards have a limited number of write cycles before they go wonky. Deep formatting or wiping reduces that big number by a little bit.

So personally, I stick with phone formatting wherever possible.
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The main thing is to avoid wrong formatting for an sd card as has existed on some revisions of Windows.
Yeah it is a good way to ruin an otherwise good card.
De-fragmenting with a PC is not recommended, it can use up a number of write cycles.

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Unless it tells you a format is necessary, when you put the card into the phone it automatically checks for and adds those files no matter what. It is like a fail safe.

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SD cards have a limited number of write cycles before they go wonky. Deep formatting or wiping reduces that big number by a little bit.
When you say big number, you mean BIG number. Depending on the type of flash memory it is, it can be in the hundreds of thousands of write cycles these days. Also of note newer cards have circuitry built in to try to prevent wear and encourage wear-leveling across the volume.
We probably do more 'damage' leaving our MicroSD cards in the phone 24/7. The system/applications could be reading and writing to it silently at an alarming rate.

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Default Recommended steps to transfer data from one Android handheld to the 4G LTE

When my new Evo 4G LTE shows up, I'd like to make it a "clone" of the Evo 4G I currently own. I assume that my new phone will automatically download my contacts from Google (is that true?), but is there a way to make my new phone automatically download all of the apps I've downloaded onto my current one? And can I just remove the SD card from my current phone and put the card into my new phone to transfer all of my pictures and other media? Thanks in advance.
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When my new Evo 4G LTE shows up, I'd like to make it a "clone" of the Evo 4G I currently own. I assume that my new phone will automatically download my contacts from Google (is that true?), but is there a way to make my new phone automatically download all of the apps I've downloaded onto my current one? And can I just remove the SD card from my current phone and put the card into my new phone to transfer all of my pictures and other media? Thanks in advance.
Yes it will automatically download your contact's and calendar when you log back into google acct. For your app question; My phone is rooted (hacked) and I don't know if this is a feature the devs baked into the rom, but when I switch roms all my downloaded app download automatically!
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when you are setting up the LTE handset for the first time, there is a screen that asks if you want to transfer any data from one device to it. it will use bluetooth to accomplish this.
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How to transfer data from partitioned micro SD card from rooted EVO 4G??

Is the procedure the same as described above?
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How about HTC sync?
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When my new Evo 4G LTE shows up, I'd like to make it a "clone" of the Evo 4G I currently own. I assume that my new phone will automatically download my contacts from Google (is that true?), but is there a way to make my new phone automatically download all of the apps I've downloaded onto my current one? And can I just remove the SD card from my current phone and put the card into my new phone to transfer all of my pictures and other media? Thanks in advance.

once you open the play store/market, all your apps should start downloading to the new phone automatically. I usually sync up in the sync settings screen prior to shutting down the old phone so that everything is up to date for when I sync the new phone. this is how google backs up your apps
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When my new Evo 4G LTE shows up, I'd like to make it a "clone" of the Evo 4G I currently own. I assume that my new phone will automatically download my contacts from Google (is that true?), but is there a way to make my new phone automatically download all of the apps I've downloaded onto my current one? And can I just remove the SD card from my current phone and put the card into my new phone to transfer all of my pictures and other media? Thanks in advance.
You can also try Mybackup Pro or Titanium backup (I have both and personally I am much more fond of Mybackup since it has all the same features but it's more user friendly). The benefit of this is that you will be able to save, and reload onto you new device, older versions of various apps that you currently possess, rather than being forced to update to the most current versions.

Restoring the older versions of apps can be a good thing. Personally, my motto is that I will never update an app unless (1) Something is currently wrong with it, or (2) The new version has a new feature that I MUST have. So as a result, more than half of my Evo's apps have updates available... but I've been burned too many times in the past by bad updates (as in, the update either made performance worse, or added ads to a free app that previously did not exist, or the dev removed significant features due to copyright infringement/C&D orders).

Just remember that if you go this route, and if you currently have a rooted device, you need to use the backup option for "APKs Only" and NOT "APKs+Data," otherwise it will fail to restore on your new unrooted LTEvo.
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I havent switched phones, have had my EVO forever but... whats the best method to transfer apps to a the new Evo? I have some apps that arent available on the market anymore...

Will the Astro File manager back up work?
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once you open the play store/market, all your apps should start downloading to the new phone automatically. I usually sync up in the sync settings screen prior to shutting down the old phone so that everything is up to date for when I sync the new phone. this is how google backs up your apps
I know that this is how it works if you replace a phone with another phone of the same model (like if you lost your original phone), but is this also how it works if you change the model of your phone? I ask because a friend of mine recently switched from a Motorola Droid to an HTC Thunderbolt and Verizon told him that he had to download all of the apps to his new Thunderbolt manually because Google keeps a separate list of apps for each phone you have (which makes sense if you think about the possibility of having multiple phones). Thanks for your reply in any case.
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I havent switched phones, have had my EVO forever but... whats the best method to transfer apps to a the new Evo? I have some apps that arent available on the market anymore...

Will the Astro File manager back up work?
This thread may help you.....

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I know that this is how it works if you replace a phone with another phone of the same model (like if you lost your original phone), but is this also how it works if you change the model of your phone? I ask because a friend of mine recently switched from a Motorola Droid to an HTC Thunderbolt and Verizon told him that he had to download all of the apps to his new Thunderbolt manually because Google keeps a separate list of apps for each phone you have (which makes sense if you think about the possibility of having multiple phones). Thanks for your reply in any case.
Well, I know from experience that Google Play keeps a list of all apps that you have EVER downloaded. I went into Play>Menu>My Apps>All (swiped right) then scrolled, and scrolled... and scrolled... and found apps that I had downloaded over 2.5 years ago on a different device!

Apps appear that don't even exist in the market anymore, but for some reason their APKs are still downloadable from that list. And it appears that they are arranged in chronological order, with the most recently downloaded apps at the top of the list.

So I'm not sure about accessing the different separate lists for each device, but I know that there is a master list that should make things easier to find with your next device without needing to actually list your current apps.
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I know that this is how it works if you replace a phone with another phone of the same model (like if you lost your original phone), but is this also how it works if you change the model of your phone? I ask because a friend of mine recently switched from a Motorola Droid to an HTC Thunderbolt and Verizon told him that he had to download all of the apps to his new Thunderbolt manually because Google keeps a separate list of apps for each phone you have (which makes sense if you think about the possibility of having multiple phones). Thanks for your reply in any case.
my understanding is that it's like email and is password specific. when ur in the play store you're in by means of your google password, so as long as you're using the same password/account on the new model phone, it should sync your apps accordingly. it's more of a cloud feature. it makes more sense to me this way based on using one set of credentials, which means it wouldn't matter if done on different models. I very well could be wrong, but this is how I understand it to work
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...it makes more sense to me this way based on using one set of credentials, which means it wouldn't matter if done on different models. I very well could be wrong, but this is how I understand it to work
Right, your app market is now google play, and your google play account is connected to gmail, and the gmail account is connected to your phone. So all of the apps will be there in a list when you change between devices. However, I'm still not sure if it will automatically download all of the previous apps when you switch to an entirely new model.
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Thanks for the feedback, guys. I guess I'll find out for sure in a few days.
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Default Htc evo 4g lte blutooth connection to evo 3d

I have been trying to connect via blutooth connection to my old evo 3d and although they find each other, my LTE tell me some fields may not ransfer due to lack of full bluetooth support. What is that all about and are there some setting that I can change to make this work? It doesn't make since that a utility that HTC provides to share documents etc. won't even work between their own phones.. Anyone else having a similar issue. Any tips?
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I had the same issue but I don't even know what the extra data field(s) are.

Go to app People on your EVO 3D
Touch the menu softkey
choose import/export
export to sdcard
choose Phone account
confirm export
note filename. (something long ending in .vcf)

Plug it in to your cpu as disk drive and copy the vcf file to your computer
Unplug 3D(safe removal), plug in LTEvo as disk drive.
Copy file from computer to LTEvo.
Unplug LTEvo(safe removal), open People app.
Touch menu, select Manage contacts
Select Import/Export contacts
Import from phone storage.

You can also email yourself with the vcf file as an attachment. Download it on your LTEvo and import from phone storage. It should search for the file.
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Right, your app market is now google play, and your google play account is connected to gmail, and the gmail account is connected to your phone. So all of the apps will be there in a list when you change between devices. However, I'm still not sure if it will automatically download all of the previous apps when you switch to an entirely new model.
In my case, the answer was "no". I had to manually download all of the apps I already have on my OG Evo.
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In my case, the answer was "no". I had to manually download all of the apps I already have on my OG Evo.
That's odd, as long as you were using the same google account info. they should have downloaded automatically. That's worked for me on each phone/device since I started using android devices.

Actually now that I think about it, this time there were 2-3 apps I had to manually download, not sure why but I didn't really think much of it since it was only a few.
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You can also try Mybackup Pro or Titanium backup (I have both and personally I am much more fond of Mybackup since it has all the same features but it's more user friendly).
I will second using MyBackup Pro. I actually used it to transfer all my data and apps from my OG EVO to my LTEvo and it worked flawlessly. It restored everything, including all my text messages, phone call log/history, contacts (AND their associated photos), plus all my apps. Note it did NOT restore some things that are not allowed to backup such as "keys" to make an app the "pro" version, but they were available to me to download as soon as I logged into Google Play.

The only other thing I'll mention is if you're like me and got a few freebie apps from Amazon, then you'll also have to download the Amazon App Store. It is NOT in the Google Play store, so you will have to download it directly from Amazon: Install AmazonŽ Appstore. Just like with Google Play, once it's installed all your Amazon apps will be available for you to download and you should be all set!

(By the way, when I did my restore I unchecked system settings and Android home settings. I also MANUALLY copied my Photos, Music, Videos, Ringtones and Notifications from my OG EVO's SD Card onto the LTEvo's card. That way, I was able to pick and choose which "media" I actually wanted to transfer.)
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In my case, the answer was "no". I had to manually download all of the apps I already have on my OG Evo.
This is true. It will add all the apps to your "My Apps" list in Google Play, but you WILL have to download and install them all again. I imagine this is because you have to accept all the permissions before it can be installed on your phone. I certainly wouldn't want the most recent version of an app auto-install on my phone without me being able to see if there are any changes from the time I installed it previously, so I'm glad it makes you download all over again. It just makes it easy by listing everything you've ever downloaded in one place so you don't have to search for it.
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I will second using MyBackup Pro. I actually used it to transfer all my data and apps from my OG EVO to my LTEvo and it worked flawlessly. It restored everything, including all my text messages, phone call log/history, contacts (AND their associated photos), plus all my apps. Note it did NOT restore some things that are not allowed to backup such as "keys" to make an app the "pro" version, but they were available to me to download as soon as I logged into Google Play.

The only other thing I'll mention is if you're like me and got a few freebie apps from Amazon, then you'll also have to download the Amazon App Store. It is NOT in the Google Play store, so you will have to download it directly from Amazon: Install AmazonŽ Appstore. Just like with Google Play, once it's installed all your Amazon apps will be available for you to download and you should be all set!

(By the way, when I did my restore I unchecked system settings and Android home settings. I also MANUALLY copied my Photos, Music, Videos, Ringtones and Notifications from my OG EVO's SD Card onto the LTEvo's card. That way, I was able to pick and choose which "media" I actually wanted to transfer.)
Ditto on MyBackup Pro! I used it to transfer all my settings, MMS, SMS, AK Notes - basically everything except my media files and apps. I re-populated my apps from the Google Play store, and I copied my music files from my PC by mounting my LTEvo as a Data Drive. I created a directory on my PC named "Music" and I copied all the music files from my iTunes account - with books and video files removed to this new directory. I then copied the entire "Music" directory onto the LTEvo. Once loaded, you can update any missing album art using the HTC Music Player. Just select an album to play, select the Menu in the upper right corner and choose "Update album art" from the drop down menu. The HTC Music Player is great, especially compared to my old EVO 4G. This phone rocks!
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This is true. It will add all the apps to your "My Apps" list in Google Play, but you WILL have to download and install them all again. I imagine this is because you have to accept all the permissions before it can be installed on your phone. I certainly wouldn't want the most recent version of an app auto-install on my phone without me being able to see if there are any changes from the time I installed it previously, so I'm glad it makes you download all over again. It just makes it easy by listing everything you've ever downloaded in one place so you don't have to search for it.
You have a valid point, but my apps started auto-downloading once my phone was activated and had a connection, I didn't have to accept permissions for any of my previous apps on the new phone.
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How can I transfer the [free] information (apps and Data) that I had on my rooted EVO 4G's card to my new LTE? The LTE is not rooted (yet).
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How can I transfer the [free] information (apps and Data) that I had on my rooted EVO 4G's card to my new LTE? The LTE is not rooted (yet).
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Create a folder on your laptop or PC, connect the data cable to the old Evo, move the files over (all at once) to that folder.

Connect the new Evo and copy back to the new microSD card on the new Evo.

That should be all you need to do. It will preserve the file structure and should cause no problems. This is exactly what I did as the BB store couldn't copy the files over (they didn't have the profile for the new Evo).
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Create a folder on your laptop or PC, connect the data cable to the old Evo, move the files over (all at once) to that folder.

Connect the new Evo and copy back to the new microSD card on the new Evo.

That should be all you need to do. It will preserve the file structure and should cause no problems. This is exactly what I did as the BB store couldn't copy the files over (they didn't have the profile for the new Evo).
Does this also copy over app data such as songs tagged using Shazzam?
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Does this also copy over app data such as songs tagged using Shazzam?
Anything that is stored on the "old" MicroSD card would be transferred over so if that stored data is there yes

I know there's an app for backing up and saving app data but i've never used it as my entertainment platform is my tablet. Let me see if I can find that app.


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mms, check this app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=tw.nicky.AppBackupReinstall&hl=en

This might be just what you're looking for.
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Anything that is stored on the "old" MicroSD card would be transferred over so if that stored data is there yes

I know there's an app for backing up and saving app data but i've never used it as my entertainment platform is my tablet. Let me see if I can find that app.


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mms, check this app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=tw.nicky.AppBackupReinstall&hl=en

This might be just what you're looking for.
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Sprint placed my [partitioned] micro-SD card from my EVO 4G into the EVO LTE. I am able to see all of my photos, but data for other apps do not seem to appear. For example, I downloaded the app Notes from the market, but the data do not appear (or I do not know how to get them from the card to the app!)

Any thoughts and help appreciated!

Is the partitioned card the problem? Should I merely get a new card and download all the files and folder?
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Sprint placed my [partitioned] micro-SD card from my EVO 4G into the EVO LTE. I am able to see all of my photos, but data for other apps do not seem to appear. For example, I downloaded the app Notes from the market, but the data do not appear (or I do not know how to get them from the card to the app!)

Any thoughts and help appreciated!

Is the partitioned card the problem? Should I merely get a new card and download all the files and folder?
Yes, download it to your pc/laptop AS IS. Don't modify the directory structure or do anything other than create a top level folder.

When it's time to move that data back onto the new card open the folder select the top level folder IN that folder, hit CTRL-A to select all and right click to select COPY. Go to the SD card, right click, select PASTE into the card, not a specific folder at all. Preserve the directory structure and it should all copy over without a problem.

Let me know if it works.
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^^Not 100% correct, sorry.

The confusion is on an extended storage phone like the LTEvo, the physical sd card isn't located at /sdcard, it's located at /sdcard2 as well as its other shortcut, /sdcard/ext_sd.

You can change physical sd cards until the cows come home and not solve the problem.

Use EStrongs File Explorer. Select and copy folders in /sdcard2 (the physical sd card) and paste into /sdcard (a partition of the extended phone storage).

Android always needs a place called /sdcard and just because in the past that was an actual sd card, there's no reason that it has to be. Please see our faq for filesystem details.

By the way, the internal /sdcard partition won't show up using a usb cable.

Try the on-phone method with EStrongs as I suggested.

To get to the internal /sdcard partition on your PC, I use SwiFTP via wifi - things like AirDroid are also effective.

PS - don't copy the LOST.DIR folder between cards or partitions.
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^^Not 100% correct, sorry.

The confusion is on an extended storage phone like the LTEvo, the physical sd card isn't located at /sdcard, it's located at /sdcard2 as well as its other shortcut, /sdcard/ext_sd.

You can change physical sd cards until the cows come home and not solve the problem.

Use EStrongs File Explorer. Select and copy folders in /sdcard2 (the physical sd card) and paste into /sdcard (a partition of the extended phone storage).

Android always needs a place called /sdcard and just because in the past that was an actual sd card, there's no reason that it has to be. Please see our faq for filesystem details.

By the way, the internal /sdcard partition won't show up using a usb cable.

Try the on-phone method with EStrongs as I suggested.

To get to the internal /sdcard partition on your PC, I use SwiFTP via wifi - things like AirDroid are also effective.

PS - don't copy the LOST.DIR folder between cards or partitions.
He seemed to be referring to simply copying the data from the old card to the new one which is exactly what I did with no problems. He didn't mention anything about the internal sdcard storage which, of course, would be better served with a specific app for that task.

As for the LOST.DIR you can copy that directory over. Just empty it. Simply having the directory present will not cause a problem.
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Sprint placed my [partitioned] micro-SD card from my EVO 4G into the EVO LTE. I am able to see all of my photos, but data for other apps do not seem to appear. For example, I downloaded the app Notes from the market, but the data do not appear (or I do not know how to get them from the card to the app!)

Any thoughts and help appreciated!

Is the partitioned card the problem? Should I merely get a new card and download all the files and folder?
Because the internal storage is identified as the "SD" and not the external card, I'd just simply transfer all the app related folders that were created on your external SD.

Since the original EVO did not have "additional" internal storage, it always identified the external SD card as the "SD." LTEvo has the 16gb of internal storage (partitioned), so it will always identify the "SD" as the internal storage that's partitioned separately from the app storage. It's almost exactly the same on the Photon, so I'm very familiar with this.

If you use ASTRO or any of the file explorer apps, you can just cut and paste those app folders that are on your external SD into your internal storage and it should identify things you had saved from your original EVO (of course, this is assuming that there weren't any "device specific" settings that won't work properly with LTEvo).

Hope that helps.
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One thing I did was first copy my EVO3D card to the computer.
After installing most all my apps, I started to check things out. My biggest concern was for Copilot Truck. At first I couln't figure out how to restore my saved places. I wasn't about to manually retype in all them address for the stops I run for Pa, WV and Oh.
I did locate the directory structure for Copilot and then using Airdroid checked out where it was installed on the internal memory.
Luckily I was able to make a new folder of the same name then copy the file for all 3 states. My places showed back up.
Airdroid was a life saver.
One advantage using a program like Airdroid is that you don't have to unmout the SD card and continue to go through the the phone and apps to see what you need.

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still double checking my other apps and all.
I'll be testing Copilot Truck tonight on the road to make sure it is intact.
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One thing I did was first copy my EVO3D card to the computer.
After installing most all my apps, I started to check things out. My biggest concern was for Copilot Truck. At first I couln't figure out how to restore my saved places. I wasn't about to manually retype in all them address for the stops I run for Pa, WV and Oh.
I did locate the directory structure for Copilot and then using Airdroid checked out where it was installed on the internal memory.
Luckily I was able to make a new folder of the same name then copy the file for all 3 states. My places showed back up.
Airdroid was a life saver.
One advantage using a program like Airdroid is that you don't have to unmout the SD card and continue to go through the the phone and apps to see what you need.

Paul
still double checking my other apps and all.
I'll be testing Copilot Truck tonight on the road to make sure it is intact.
Airdroid is pretty awesome for accessing the internal storage (e.g. "SD"). I just discovered that app a couple months ago, but I've used it so many times since.
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I have the Samsung Galaxy S 2 and i wanna transfer my apps with the data my phone is not rooted is there a way to transfer the apps with data so that i do not lose all i have done with these apps.
I don't wanna start from scratch all over again, I can transfer my txt and pics with no problem so if ya know of an app let me know
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He seemed to be referring to simply copying the data from the old card to the new one which is exactly what I did with no problems. He didn't mention anything about the internal sdcard storage which, of course, would be better served with a specific app for that task.

As for the LOST.DIR you can copy that directory over. Just empty it. Simply having the directory present will not cause a problem.
No.

He is trying to get his apps to access /sdcard data and on this phone, it has zero to do with the external sd card as it did before.
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I have the Samsung Galaxy S 2 and i wanna transfer my apps with the data my phone is not rooted is there a way to transfer the apps with data so that i do not lose all i have done with these apps.
I don't wanna start from scratch all over again, I can transfer my txt and pics with no problem so if ya know of an app let me know
Try MyBackup Pro, it's your best bet.

See my post earlier on getting the backup to the internal /sdcard partition using a wifi related app on the Evo LTE, then restore from there.
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