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    Default 5800 Moving Applications Help

    is it possible to copy apps from the memory card onto the phone memory?
    or from the memory card to the computer?
    because i just got a new memory card and im trying to transfer the applications from my old memory card to my new one.
    Nokia PC Suite dosent seem to backup applications

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    Default Re: 5800 Moving Applications Help

    Quote Originally Posted by astonat
    is it possible to copy apps from the memory card onto the phone memory?
    or from the memory card to the computer?
    because i just got a new memory card and im trying to transfer the applications from my old memory card to my new one.
    Nokia PC Suite dosent seem to backup applications
    Use a card reader or bluetooth dongle to transfer files from card to computer.
    Remember to enable show hidden files on computer.

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    Default Re: 5800 Moving Applications Help

    were are the application files on the memory card?

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    Default Re: 5800 Moving Applications Help

    Quote Originally Posted by astonat
    were are the application files on the memory card?
    Probably in the folders.

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    Default Re: 5800 Moving Applications Help

    Try this

    How to create a backup on the phone itself

    1. From the phone's main standby screen press the white menu button.

    2. Select "Applications".

    3. Select "File Manager".

    4. Select "Backup".

    5. Select "Options", then "Back Up Now".

    6. Select "Yes" (it will automatically replace any previous backup).

    The backup will be stored on the memory card currently in the phone's memory card slot. If you want to store your backup physically separately from your phone, you can take the card with the backup on it out and put it somewhere safe.

    To restore the latest backup onto your phone, repeat the process above but choose "Restore" instead of "Back Up Now".

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    Default Re: 5800 Moving Applications Help

    Quote Originally Posted by Nasua
    Try this

    How to create a backup on the phone itself

    1. From the phone's main standby screen press the white menu button.

    2. Select "Applications".

    3. Select "File Manager".

    4. Select "Backup".

    5. Select "Options", then "Back Up Now".

    6. Select "Yes" (it will automatically replace any previous backup).

    The backup will be stored on the memory card currently in the phone's memory card slot. If you want to store your backup physically separately from your phone, you can take the card with the backup on it out and put it somewhere safe.

    To restore the latest backup onto your phone, repeat the process above but choose "Restore" instead of "Back Up Now".
    Thanks
    it worked


 

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