1. MathiasVerden's Avatar
    So after a stressful month, Microsoft finally fixed my Hotmail, and I could finally use my Microsoft Account again. I have a lot of apps, and I found the Reinstaller app very helpful, untill it started crashing, again and again. I have Zune, but apparently I can't download apps using it, and it will take forever for me to go through all of my applications on the website.

    I also heard Zune was out, so I'm wondering how we'll manage our phones now.
    10-20-2012 06:34 PM
  2. jmshub's Avatar
    When I hard reset my phone, I logged into my account on the website, windowsphone.com. That allowed me to see all the apps I had purchased, and resend them automatically to my phone.

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    10-20-2012 06:41 PM
  3. MathiasVerden's Avatar
    How does it resend the applications?
    10-20-2012 07:04 PM
  4. JD Miles's Avatar
    as jmshub says above, go to your purchase history and all of your apps (free and pd) will be listed. You will have to click on re-install for each one as you go. If it quotes a price just click on install and you will not be charged again. If you have the re-installer app it should go a lot smoother.
    in my case I am on my 3rd Focus and it went very well with the re-installer the first time, however on this go round my purchase history has a missing gap of about 4 months and I am still discovering apps I already purchased and could not remember their exact name. Has been quite a hassle. The good news each phone was replaced under warranty and when I do find a forgotten app and I click on install it notes they were already purchased, still not sure why my purchase history list had the missing info, but as I say it remembers they were already purchased when I click on install.
    10-20-2012 08:11 PM
  5. cj-m's Avatar
    Yes, it would be nice if there was a utility to allow mass re-installation instead of one at a time. :D

    Reinstaller never worked for me, unfortunately.
    10-21-2012 08:39 AM
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