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    I have a Samsung Galaxy S. If I upgrade to the Galaxy III or any other phone, I want to be able to copy all my apps to the new phone directly from my old phone. This is done with computers, and I think it is called mirroring. I know I can go to the app store and do it one by one. But that will take forever, and I have apps that are no longer available that I don't want to lose. HELP!

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    Try here:


    http://www.ixibo.com/how-to-transfer-iphone-apps-to-another-iphone/

    I answered my own question, and form the looks of things, there are a lot of other people interested in this too. Follow this link.


    http://lifehacker.com/5843206/how-to-upgrade-to-a-new-android-phone-and-take-everything-with-you



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