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Support HELP! I just lost Tunee... And it's all YOUR fault!

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by danoack, Sep 3, 2010.

  1. danoack

    danoack Newbie
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    because I did a factory reset... Just kidding... I know its not YOUR fault!

    I backed up all my apps (or so I thought) using AppBrain. Did the factory reset and no Tunee music.

    I got hundreds of MP3's for free from that site. No mas. It's gone.

    Do you have any other ideas for quality FREE MP3 sites???

    on a more positive note...

    FACT: My phone does run A LOT better! Battery time has improved. but I do force stop apps that have no reason to be running. Ir Skype, Verizon Nav, CNN, Slacker etc that appeared to be eating the battery.


    THANKS FOR THE TIP!!!
     

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  2. smile44

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    Can you re-download the app? It's my understanding that Tunee isn't a market app, so I don't think it could have been backed up by appbrain. You might just have to do a google search to find it again, although that probably won't bring back the songs you downloaded.
     
  3. NightAngel79

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    some of those apps will just start themselves right back up, thus eating more battery life in the process. best to check and see which ones start back up on their own so you know to ignore those ones.
     

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