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  1. lewiedude's Avatar
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    I am exchanging my phone today/tomorrow and want to back it up so that I can restore my settings/information on the new one. I went to Zune, no luck. I searched this forum and no luck.

    Any ideas??
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    if you tell them they can yank youre contacts and all that off the old phone and inject em into the new one
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    Quote Originally Posted by leo5111 View Post
    if you tell them they can yank youre contacts and all that off the old phone and inject em into the new one
    if you setup a live id, then it will restore your contacts when you login in the first time on your new phone.
    As far as apps and settings, I don't think there is a backup program yet. I would make a list of all apps on onenote so you can make sure you add them all to your new phone.

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