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I want to factory re-set my Z1 but don't want to lose the configuration of home pages, grouped apps etc. Before, I have restored and have had to spend days, getting the machine re-personalized. Is there a back-up/restore method that keeps all the settings and configurations?

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1st July 2014, 09:58 AM |#2  
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Sorry to bump but there must be a "big-brain" out there with an answer!
5th July 2014, 09:05 PM |#3  
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Sorry to bump but there must be a "big-brain" out there with an answer!

Titanium backup can restore everything, even homescreen icons (restore data for Xperia Home), but the full version is not free and it needs root.
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Titanium backup can restore everything, even homescreen icons (restore data for Xperia Home), but the full version is not free and it needs root.

Thanks for this, I am happy to pay but not to root. If I root, I lose SkyGo!
5th July 2014, 09:20 PM |#5  
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Thanks for this, I am happy to pay but not to root. If I root, I lose SkyGo!

search for cloaking root apps
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Yep, I've looked into this a few times but I always come up against folks who say that SkyGo can't be fooled and can spot all roots.

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