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    Apploader & 3rd party apps

    When you wipe your phone....delete OS off PC....load new OS onto PC...add hybrid...load finished product onto "wiped" phone, at which process did apploader acquire all my 3rd party app files? Is it when you run backup ??

    Is it when you backup 3rd party apps?

    If apploader has your 3rd party apps...why do you need DM?

    I had an issue where DM wasn't "playing pretty" and had to go to apploader to get back my 3rd party apps...got 'em all back....and in the correct order !!!

    So I got to thinking..."How did apploader come into possesion of my 3rd party apps"??

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    Quote Originally Posted by oriofan8 View Post
    When you wipe your phone....delete OS off PC....load new OS onto PC...add hybrid...load finished product onto "wiped" phone, at which process did apploader acquire all my 3rd party app files? Is it when you run backup ??

    Is it when you backup 3rd party apps?

    If apploader has your 3rd party apps...why do you need DM?

    I had an issue where DM wasn't "playing pretty" and had to go to apploader to get back my 3rd party apps...got 'em all back....and in the correct order !!!

    So I got to thinking..."How did apploader come into possesion of my 3rd party apps"??

    Thanks....
    Loaderapp aquires your 3rd apps from the file you created backin them up, it recognizes and installs .alx files which DM creates backin up your 3rd party apps. Lot of users like myself dont use DM, i prefer Loaderapp so much more easy and easy to ask questions about, DM is just to buggy
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stiefler07 View Post
    Loaderapp aquires your 3rd apps from the file you created backin them up, it recognizes and installs .alx files which DM creates backin up your 3rd party apps. Lot of users like myself dont use DM, i prefer Loaderapp so much more easy and easy to ask questions about, DM is just to buggy
    So when you backup 3rd party apps...do you still need to find the "pinnumber" folder and .alx file and store it ?....or does it load itself ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oriofan8 View Post
    So when you backup 3rd party apps...do you still need to find the "pinnumber" folder and .alx file and store it ?....or does it load itself ?
    yes you still want to find the your "pin" folder and store, i believe if that you do not store it, and click cancel i think it gets rid of the file im not sure...

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    Stiefler is spot on with this. The program DM, that loader app is a process of stores your presets. 3rd party apps being a part of presets, are stored also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oriofan8 View Post
    So when you backup 3rd party apps...do you still need to find the "pinnumber" folder and .alx file and store it ?....or does it load itself ?
    The 3rd party app backup is just a check-safe incase something were to go wrong in the process.

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    Gotcha !!! Thanks fellas.

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    Wirelessly posted

    Hey no problem orio its great to help with any questions

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    My app loader didn't load ANY of my 3rd party apps when I wiped and installed 5.1 v.141... =T

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    While in Loaderapp, when it list what is being installed (nothing will show this sine you have it on your phone) click add on top, and browse to the folder you placed your back up in, and click to add the file that is your PIN number and its an .alx file, that should do it

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