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26th August 2014, 11:27 PM   |  #1  
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So, when I got my first Android device I created a google account. I used it for two years with my old device. Now I got S3 and I have questions. Has Google Sync copied any App Data from my old device to my S3? And how can I reset the whole sync process and start on clean? Thanks in advance.
27th August 2014, 07:19 AM   |  #2  
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So, when I got my first Android device I created a google account. I used it for two years with my old device. Now I got S3 and I have questions. Has Google Sync copied any App Data from my old device to my S3? And how can I reset the whole sync process and start on clean? Thanks in advance.

They haven't saved your appdata, just all the apps you downloaded before on your old smartphone. So you can log in with you old account, no problem
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They haven't saved your appdata, just all the apps you downloaded before on your old smartphone. So you can log in with you old account, no problem

Then why is there an App Data option in my Google account settings?
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Then why is there an App Data option in my Google account settings?

Contacts, apps you downloaded and so on.
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