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  1. Sgroh87

    Sgroh87 Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    I might be getting a new phone next week. Is there any way for me to have a list of all the apps I've downloaded rather than trying to remember all of them?
     

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  2. jradicle11

    jradicle11 That Guy VIP Member

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    It'll keep track of your paid apps by default. What's happening to your old phone, can't you just keep it nearby and look at the apps that are on it?
     
  3. Nickelking

    Nickelking Active Member

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    You can make a second list at appbrain.com
     
  4. saps

    saps Well-Known Member

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    Yup sync up with appbrain
     
  5. Steve_S_T

    Steve_S_T Well-Known Member

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    App Brain will cover most of it, but I recall a couple of Market items that I had (can't remember which) that never showed up in AppBrain and it also doesn't cover side loaded stuff that you might get direct from a dev's web site but which isn't on the Market or is in beta or something. So sync with AppBrain then do a manual check would be my advice.

    Steve.
     
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    takeshi Well-Known Member

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    Appbrain lists Swype and the Swype installer which were sideloaded on my Droid. Still, never hurts to check the list.
     
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    Lizzrd Well-Known Member

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    There's also an app called (I think) AppList, which will save a list of all your apps to your SD card.
     
  8. Sgroh87

    Sgroh87 Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    Right now I have a tmobile nexus one, but I'm on att. I found a guy with an att nexus one who just switched to Tmobile, and he's willing to trade. I could have sworn that appbrain was missing some apps on its list, but it seems like it is the most reliable option. Thanks for the suggestion everyone!
     
  9. shawn1224

    shawn1224 Ex CEO-DNPSEA foundation VIP Member

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    You can use astro file manager to make a backup
     
  10. Prim8

    Prim8 Well-Known Member

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    You could use Titanium backup and backup apps and restore on the new phone.
     
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    If he is rooted...
     

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