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  1. FatChance

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    What is the best way to set up my new N7 to be like my Motorola Maxx HD? FWIW, I have My Backup Pro on my phone. Or, is there a better way than using that app? What is the easiest way? TIA!
     

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    Oh, I am not rooting the N7.
     
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    Just got mine today! First thing I'd do is update to KitKat if you haven't already done so.
     
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    How are you guys liking your n7's.
     
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    I don't have that app, but from what I've read, you can use it to send backup to another device. This may not be the latest edition, but may help. http://www.talkandroid.com/guides/b...i-using-the-migrate-feature-in-my-backup-pro/. It looks pretty easy but won't know until you try. If it messes up, you can always factory reset. Has your Moto received kitkat yet? Same os should help.
     
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    Thanks for the information. I will ended up just doing it manually to familiarize myself with the N7. Now I am researching a case. Fully updated and working great.
     
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    I'm loving mine :D
     
  8. doniago

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    I'm generally liking mine quite a bit, though I wouldn't go so far as to say love. It bugs me that you can't customize the Quick Settings panel, something that can be done in CyanogenMod.

    I had more issues than I probably should have had with rooting mine and getting it to work as a USB mass storage device, but I think I've got those issues sorted now.

    I now have three Android and three Windows devices, and can think of specific circumstances where each one is more useful than the others. Such a geek... :p
     
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    Get xposed framework and you can customize quick settings.
     
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    doniago Android Enthusiast
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    Why thank you for that! Looking into it now.

    ETA - Which module(s)?
     
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    Gravity box.
     
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    I just upgraded from the 2013 n7. Its noticeably snappier and the screen is significantly better. I also like the weight and thinness. The size of the top and bottom bezel bugs me. I wish they had shrunk that more or expanded the screen a bit. I think 7.5 would be perfect myself. Despite that, the decreased weight makes this all in all a definite improvement over the previous version in my opinion.
     
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    Awesome! Thank you!!!
     

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