Does Back-Up Save Individual RingersSupport


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  1. ManUtd777

    ManUtd777 New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hi Guys, I'm New to Android, but have had HTC Windows phones since the PPC-6700 about 6 years ago.

    My question is this (I have searched everywhere and No answer), When you sync your phone, does it also Save the Ringers for the Individual Contacts?
    I remember with all my Windows phones before, when I would Hard Reset etc. it would automatically bring back saved Pictures and Ringers on each individual contact.

    If not, is there a way of doing it?
    Does the Evo back itself up as a say an iPod Touch does.
    ( I like that just to be Safe in case of Hard Resets)

    Thanks for Your Help Guys
     

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  2. jonwlewis

    jonwlewis Well-Known Member

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    Not that I am aware of.
     
  3. ManUtd777

    ManUtd777 New Member This Topic's Starter

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    That Sucks Man. I was so used to my HTC phones always backing EVERYTHING up for me. It seems like with Android, you can only back up Contacts & Calendar.

    If anyone knows differently, please share.
     
  4. ScorpDX

    ScorpDX Well-Known Member

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    You can backup EVERYTHING using the Nandriod backup. But that's a root user feature. You can read up in the Root forum and decided if that's something you want to do or not.

    It does back up every single thing. It will be as if you never reset the phone. 100% restore from the date/time you performed the backup. Also works to essentially load your old phone onto a new one should you have to replace the unit for any reason.
     
  5. ManUtd777

    ManUtd777 New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Thanks for the Info.

    I am a little scared of Rooting though. I read the thread for Newbs thinking of Rooting, but still wonder of certain things. You void your warranty if you do right? Although you can do a Hard Reset if you need to take it in. hmmm It's tempting, and confusing all together.

    So No Way to do it without Rooting, huh?!?
     
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    InstantKarma Well-Known Member

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    True, but if you restore a Nandroid, you may as well have not done the reset.
     

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