Since you’re getting rid of this phone, you’ll want to erase everything. It's the most complete redesign of the product ever, and even offers a glimpse at what the i Phone might become when the world no longer wants smartphones.
His family presented all his documents and other items to the Australasian Telephone Collecrors Society Inc.
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First, unpair your Apple Watch to avoid any struggles when your new i Phone gets plopped on your doorstep.I will be grateful for any help, comments, pictures or whatever.As the information comes together, I will publish it on this website so it's there for reference.Then, back up your phone so everything’s right where you left it.Then it’s time to bulldoze all your data off that bad boy.The information comes from a July 2008 backup of the Bob's web site.Changes and corrections may have been made since that date and we will endeavour to update the site as later information comes to hand.If you’re sticking with Android, sync all your apps to your account.You can do this by going to Users and Accounts under Settings, tapping Account Sync, and tapping Sync Now. Jump into Settings, select System, hit Backup, and turn on Back Up to Google Drive.For some years now I have been writing the occasional article for the Newsletter of the Australasian Telephone Collectors Society, and researching these articles has given me a new interest in the collecting area.In this website I will try to pass on some of the information I have gathered over the years, and from time to time I will seek information on the areas I am researching.