So my original HTC EVO 4g has a failed USB connector and I have received the new EVO from Sprint. I have been swapping batteries for the last two weeks while I try to plan the migration to the new phone. My original EVO is running the Android 2.2/Kernel version 188.8.131.52-gee557fdhtc-kernel@and18-2 #15 Software version 3.70.651.1. I have rooted this phone with unrevoked. I am using Titanium backup to save all the settings of all my apps and the system apps. I would like to be able to be able to restore all the user apps and system settings/apps, call history, sms texts, etc. on the new EVO 4G I recieved. The new EVO is running the exact same android version/kernel version and software verision. I would like to know the most logical steps to do a complete transfer of all the settings from one phone to the other. I original plan is to: 1. Install my SIM card from the original phone into the new phone 2. Root the new phone 3. Restore all apps and settings from Titanium 4. Call sprint and have them activate the new phone I welcome comments in regards to any details of the steps I have outlined, especially any details on how to restore data from the system apps like phone history, SMS texts, etc. I would like to know if the settings like WiFI networks will be remembered, the HTC sense settings, etc. The reason I rooted the phone in the first place was that I recently had to setup one of our users with a replacment Evo Shift 3 weeks after getting it due to her breaking the screen and it seemed really lame that the settings couldn't be backed up. Since the USB port is dead on the old phone, what is the best way to wipe the phone? I am assuming there is no way to restore to a factory fresh wiped rom image. If there is please enlighten me on where to find the steps on how to do it without a USB connection.