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Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by Sgroh87, Sep 27, 2010.

  1. Sgroh87

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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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    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?
     
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    You can make a second list at appbrain.com
     
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    Yup sync up with appbrain
     
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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.

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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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    There's also an app called (I think) AppList, which will save a list of all your apps to your SD card.
     
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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!
     
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    You can use astro file manager to make a backup
     
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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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