Motorola Droid :: Exchanging Phones / Replace 8 GB Memory Card In D2?

Aug 25, 2010

I will be receiving a new Motorola Droid 2 in the next few days. I currently have a Motorola Droid 1.

I have a few questions and I hope that the readers here can assist me.

1. How can I (or can I )transfer all of the apps (including the ones I have previously purchased) I currently have on my D 1 to my new D 2 ?

2. Can I replace the 8 GB Memory card in the D 2 I am receiving with the 16 GB card that is currently in my D

Motorola Droid :: Exchanging phones / replace 8 GB Memory card in D2?


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