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advice re copilot and backing up

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I am complete newbie to Android and have only just got my shiny new pulse (upgraded from Sony C902)

I have seen all the threads re the 2.1 update and I am now going to wait until the newly promised October update.

I want to put copilot from android market onto my phone but am worried about the following:

1) will copilot take up too much memory and action the SMS low memory bug?

2) As I cant` sync my phone to my PC, how do I “back up” the copilot to reload when I update to the 2.1 (or heaven forbid, the 2.2)?

please be gentle

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I am complete newbie to Android and have only just got my shiny new pulse (upgraded from Sony C902)

I have seen all the threads re the 2.1 update and I am now going to wait until the newly promised October update.

I want to put copilot from android market onto my phone but am worried about the following:

1) will copilot take up too much memory and action the SMS low memory bug?

2) As I cant` sync my phone to my PC, how do I “back up” the copilot to reload when I update to the 2.1 (or heaven forbid, the 2.2)?

please be gentle

If you don't want to upgrade to 2.1, you can still flash it to Paul's 1.7MCR with Apps2SD. This way co-pilot will sit on your SD card. It takes about 20+MB. Purchasing from market should remember your order based on your gmail id, I guess.

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I used it on my 1.5 Pulse and loved it. When I upgraded to 2.1 I simply downloaded it from the Market again and filled in all the irritating order numbers etc. The SMS bug is specific to the 2.1 release, you won't have the problem if you are using a 1.5 rom.

Each time you re-download the app from the market you will get sent an e-mail with your serial number that needs to be entered before you can use co-pilot.

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