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    Yeah truth...Just act as if you were going to backup your 3rd party apps for the first time. Follow the step by step. Search your PC for the PIN# associated to your device then when the PC finds your .alx file, copy/past it inside the folder that you have previously saved from before.




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    I attempted and it didn't work. I plugged in my device, did the back-up process and searched for my pin. In the search results, my PC found two entries. One being a folder with my pin and inside the folder it contained my apps that are currently loaded on my device and it also contained an .alx file. The other search result was an .alx. I copied and pasted the .alx file that was inside my pin folder to the folder that contains my apps from a previous back-up. I ran the app loader and the only apps that appear are the ones that were loaded on my device. Did I do something wrong?

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    I would try the other .alx file. The .alx file that you that you found is just the command directory for the apps to install install. I guess what I'm saying is that an .alx is an .alx. There isn't a discrepancy.

    I would close Desktop Manager and use the Loader.exe. method

    Open My computer>>Local Disk (C)>>Program Files>>Common Files>>Reasearch In Motion>>AppLoader>>Loader.exe

    Run this and then see if your older apps show in the configuration screen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MePascal View Post
    I would try the other .alx file. The .alx file that you that you found is just the command directory for the apps to install install. I guess what I'm saying is that an .alx is an .alx. There isn't a discrepancy.

    I would close Desktop Manager and use the Loader.exe. method

    Open My computer>>Local Disk (C)>>Program Files>>Common Files>>Reasearch In Motion>>AppLoader>>Loader.exe

    Run this and then see if your older apps show in the configuration screen.
    My older apps didn't show up in the config screen.

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    Have you selected browse and tried to find the folder with your older apps?

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    If while in the configuration screen, you select browse and try to find the folder with your older apps. Open that folder the select the app you want to install. Hope that makes sense. The original configuration screen will not automatically find those older apps. You will need to direct the loader to the file that you want to pull the app from.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MePascal View Post
    If while in the configuration screen, you select browse and try to find the folder with your older apps. Open that folder the select the app you want to install. Hope that makes sense. The original configuration screen will not automatically find those older apps. You will need to direct the loader to the file that you want to pull the app from.
    I clicked on the 'add' button then select the .alx file but loader.exe still on displays the apps that were on my device. Not the ones that I need to reload.

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    Okay truth...I'm away from a PC for a while...Best thing is not to panic..we will find a way. This can't be that difficult IMO. No crack on you truth....just we're missing something. I'm getting truck serviced right now but I'll be around my PC in a couple of hours.

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