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By dud3me, Senior Member on 6th January 2011, 03:05 PM
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So can I get apks that I installed from market on my pc if i want to install them on another phone?
 
 
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Use adb
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How do I use that lol :P do u need root and can u transfer paid apps?
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How do I use that lol :P do u need root and can u transfer paid apps?

My wareznoob sense is tingling.
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How do I use that lol :P do u need root and can u transfer paid apps?

if they're installed to /data/app which most market apps are, then i think nope, but you should be rooted as it makes it easier to use adb and do stuff with it, and yeah you can transfer whatever apps are on your phone, whether you paid for them or not is none of my business anyway.

You can also use titanium backup, appmonster or mybackup to backup your apps to sd card, and just copy them to your computer.
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install exuninstall and make a backup of your apps, then the apks will be on your sdcard so just copy them to the pc, cheers
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I use astro file manager to back up the installed apps, the backed-up apps are stored in your sd card/backup/apps, from there you can copy the apps in your pc.
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There is an app you can use, look for appSaver in the market.

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