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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by RX-78-2, Nov 11, 2011.

  1. RX-78-2

    RX-78-2 Well-Known Member
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    Hello guys,
    I recently bought a new micro sd card and I was wondering how to transfer my apps/music/videos from my old sd card to the new one.

    Do I connect it to the pc and copy everything to the new card?

    Also, could I re-download all my apps from the market without having to pay for them again?
     



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  2. RX-78-2

    RX-78-2 Well-Known Member
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    So... no one really knows? D;
     
  3. Simba501

    Simba501 Android Enthusiast

    I don't think you'll be able to move over apps. But for everything else, just move it over on your PC. If you paid for an app once, it'll appear in the market under My Apps as installable.
     
  4. mratlndmrk

    mratlndmrk Well-Known Member

    If you are rooted you can just make a Titanium Backup and all apps and data will copy over. You could also move all your apps to the phone's sd card and then move them back after placing the new card in.
     
  5. yahoowizard

    yahoowizard Android Enthusiast

    I'm not sure you need to be rooted, but Astro works, too. You just start up ASTRO, backup all your applications, and boom, they'll all be there in a folder with all the .apk files from your phone. Just transfer them over and install them back again on the new phone.
     
  6. meackerman

    meackerman Newbie

    dunno if its the easiest (or 'right') way but when I went from my captivate to the S2 I just redownloaded from either the android appstore or the amazon appstore the apps I had to my S2. I moved my SD card to the S2 and all my pictures just showed up like I expected them to.
     

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