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Thursday, December 29, 2011


If you’re like us, it took you a while to get your Android-based phone set up exactly right. If something goes wrong and you need to reset your phone, however, you’re looking at a lot of work to get things back. That’s because your phone, by default, does not back up the settings and data. To enable this option, simply press the Menu button from the Home screen, tap Settings, and then tap Privacy. Make sure to enable the Back Up My Data and Automatic Restore features by tapping the respective checkboxes. Back Up My Data backs up application data, Wi-Fi passwords, bookmarks, and other settings to Google’s remote servers. Automatic Restore lets the phone restore backed up settings whenever you reinstall an application.

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