Restoring Data back on the HTC Hero


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  1. DonB

    DonB ♡ Spidey Sense !! ♡ ™ Moderator This Topic's Starter

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    OK I have a question, for the apps we can download them again, but I backed up my people phone contacts to my SD card using Astro, how do I restore those contacts and my pictures once I do the upgrade, and is there a better program to back up the contacts from the phone to the PC, then send them back from the PC back onto the phone, would feel better having 2 different backups in case one does not work, can't hurt, LOL
     

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  2. treborcj

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    Back them up using Google, then you won't have to worry about transferring. Once you input your google account the contacts will be there.
     
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    OK updated, when I look in the market for Google navigation all I find is Google maps, are they the same, does not look like the Nav I had seen before
     
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    From your apps menu, look for 'Navigation'.
     
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    Sprint Navigation
     
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    Got it thanks


     
  7. JB in AZ

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    There's Sprint Navigation, and Google Maps, which now has navigation as well on 2.1. It's simply called "Maps" in the apps drawer. Once open, click menu, then directions.
     

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