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Old 07-25-2009, 01:56 AM
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Ability to use SPB Backup to Rhodium?

With my SPB Backup of emails, texts, contacts, etc.. using MightyRom 6, are you able to put the backups onto a TP2 or even TF3D2. I know the contacts use a different comm manager, and i wasn't sure if the texts / emails were stored differently.

I guess what i'm asking is if i'm able to get a touch pro 2 (rumor'd around here for tommorrow release, i saw a box at the sprint store !!) can i take the SPB Backup created already, put it on the TP2, and have it work correctly with everything where it should be?

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Old 07-25-2009, 03:38 AM
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Re: Ability to use SPB Backup to Rhodium?

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With my SPB Backup of emails, texts, contacts, etc.. using MightyRom 6, are you able to put the backups onto a TP2 or even TF3D2. I know the contacts use a different comm manager, and i wasn't sure if the texts / emails were stored differently.

I guess what i'm asking is if i'm able to get a touch pro 2 (rumor'd around here for tommorrow release, i saw a box at the sprint store !!) can i take the SPB Backup created already, put it on the TP2, and have it work correctly with everything where it should be?

Thanks in advance!
it definitely should work, but i'd only back up your contacts, texts, etc... don't back up settings and whathaveyou, otherwise you may run into problems
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Old 07-25-2009, 12:41 PM
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Re: Ability to use SPB Backup to Rhodium?

Wait did you say that the Touch Pro 2 would be released for sprint TOMORROW?!?!?!?!?? And as said above I wouldnt backup all your programs and such jus contacts and PIM data. I use SPB Backup as well and thats what I intend on doing.
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