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Restoring FuellogPro Backup

Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by craigba, Nov 13, 2014.

  1. craigba

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    Hey Y'all,

    I have a big problem and I need some help:

    I recently upgraded Android phones. All other apps have been restored fine from a titanium backup I did

    I backed up Fuel Log and Fuel Log Pro via Titanium and Super Backup Pro.
    I can restore the APK of Fuel Log and the app exists - but no data is restored

    I try and restore the Fuel Log Pro apk and it restores, but it's not listed as an App that I can run (only uninstall). And also no data is restored.

    Being Paranoid, I exported all my Fuel log data to a csv file, but unfortunately this was overwritten on the SD card.

    I still have the old phone, but sold its SD Card. Both new and old are rooted.

    Is there any way to recover the data, I have both the zip files and the properties files.

    I'm kind of at my wit's end, so any help will be greatly appreciated...
     

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  2. David Gonzo

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    I'm having same issue. I went through this last near when I had to replace my phone due to damage. It took awhile, and sadly I can't recall all the steps. You need to be a Fuel Log Pro user, that is purchase the FuelLogPro License Key. This should allow you to backup and restore. If my brain works correctly, there should be a .csv file somewhere on your phone or backup. It's an Excel spreadsheet file, that your data should be stored in. My problem is that I can't find the file with the most recent fillup so I know it's the right one to use. Anyway, it may be stored on your SD card, or somewhere else on your phone. I'm still looking for my newest file. I know this is a jumbled response, but look for a .csv file on your phone, that's a start.
     

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