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    Exclamation [2.0] Getting data back from a previous iTunes backup.

    Hello.

    Im having a major problem with doing a restore since going from 1.1.4 to 2.0. Everything work fine untill I attempt to do a restore in iTunes of my prvious data, which gives me a spinning wheel of death issue. Checking the springboard plist doesnt show anything remaining from summerboard/customize or freeboard so I am unsure why its not coming up.

    I had the issue before when going to 1.1.4 but gave up thinking what I had lost wasnt worth the hassle.
    I've looked high and low and found some information by Erica Sudan regarding using the mdbackup files that are created, but nothing that really helps me out on an XP or Vista machine. There have also been a couple threads here about the mdbackup files but again I feel i've hit a dead end.

    Would there be any way to find out which file that is being restored is causing my iPhone to go into the spinning wheel of death once restored? Then maybe excluding it from the restore?
    Has anyone been able to extract the data they previously had and put it onto their upgraded phone. Data like mail accounts, webclips, bookmarks, notes.

    I could narrow down which mdbackup files have which data I need im sure, but getting that data back onto the phone is a mystery to me, has anyone had luck in doing this?

    Any help would be appreciated!

    Jingles.



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    No one have any experiance with the mdbackup files?

 

 

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