My power button finally got to the point that the phone was often unusable, so I called HTC support and got a warranty replacement. It arrived today, and I promptly flashed it up to FRF83 (I was running FRF72 on my old phone). Now I have a stupid question: how do I get all my applications back on the new phone? I had thought that the market kept track of all the apps I had downloaded and would automatically reinstall them on a new phone. (I thought that's what the "Back up my data" setting under "Privacy settings" was for.) That appears not to be the case. When I started up the new phone and didn't have my applications, after the syncing circle disappeared from the status bar, I opened the market app and saw only my purchased applications listed. I went ahead and reinstalled those manually, but I have several dozen free apps that weren't there. I backed up all the non-private apps using Astro, so I can reinstall those from the backup, one at a time (they don't appear in Astro's list of backed up applications, where I could select them all with one click -- instead, apparently, I have to click on them individually in the "backups" directory on /sdcard). However, experimentation shows that reinstalling them that way doesn't put them in the "downloads" list in the market up, which I presume means that I won't get upgrade notification when a newer version is posted. Do I have to go through the list one at a time, searching in the market and downloading and installing them one-by-one? Is there a better way? (I still have the old phone for a day or two before I send it back, and it is operable, if I'm willing to hit the power button a dozen or two times to get it to turn on.) Thanks for any help.