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11th April 2014, 03:39 PM   |  #11  
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You follow the instructions that are posted in the update to 757 thread in the development section.

But my apps, settings etc are away after flash, right? I prefer an update to save my phones settings and installed apps.
11th April 2014, 03:46 PM   |  #12  
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But my apps, settings etc are away after flash, right? I prefer an update to save my phones settings and installed apps.

make a backup then... and restore it afterwards

But if you actually read the instructions and the thread (Instead of asking questions) you will see that you will keep all you apps and settings if you follow the instructions
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make a backup then... and restore it afterwards

But if you actually read the instructions and the thread (Instead of asking questions) you will see that you will keep all you apps and settings if you follow the instructions

After I was refused a fix or replacement for this broken phone (mainly the touchscreen issue), I think it is time to root. Thank you, gregbradley, for providing useful information. These forums are helpful, unlike Sony themselves, retailers, or organizations for customer protection. Thank god at least somebody cares.
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make a backup then... and restore it afterwards

But if you actually read the instructions and the thread (Instead of asking questions) you will see that you will keep all you apps and settings if you follow the instructions

I agree with you. Sorry, I just came from Samsung Galaxy S2. Its a little easier to root&update
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How did you update? Im on rooted 681 now and want to update to 757.

Look at post 1, easy!

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