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hi there!

i own a iPod touch 3rd generation 32 GB with LEGAL soft!

i got a great flash card app off iTunes (the one with cards where you write on both sides and you can test yourself for various stuff aka foreign languages etc)


anyway, since i got this flash card app, i made some decks with quite many flash cards (i m learning german, russian, spanish, italian and japanese alone)

i got lots of decks with various categories (pronouns, vocabulary etc etc)


anyway, i was wondering - if my ipod was to be damaged / destroyed etc etc, the back up feature from iTunes --- does it also restore the CONTENT of the flash card app ? ...does it also save the flash cards, so if i were to authorize a new ipod, i could find them again on the new ipod ?

(same question for an app that holds PDFs documents ..... the backup saves the documents themselves too?)

...or the back up saves just the app, but without content?

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so please...no one mention jailbreak ok ?
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Actually jailbreaking is legal. Anyway, no it will not hold that specific information. I know this because I've lost my game saves in Angry Birds a few times (same idea.) There are applications out there that can backup the more specific data you want but given your nervousness at anything "not legal soft" I don't think you want to try a 3rd party app.
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For specific backup and restores like you're talking about and all the work it sounds like you've put into that app, you might want to take a look at Phoneview.

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