No worries losing any info on my phone, because it's backed up online and downloads automatically when I switch phones. I know this is true because I've just set up two new phones in the last week. I ordered a new one for myself with more internal storage because I ran out of space on my old phone. I don't have that many apps on my phone, way less than my kids, but definitely more than my husband.
I made an executive decision to buy the phone and a new, really nice purse from Ace Leather Goods as my portion of the Pain and Suffering money from my husband's accident claim. Believe me, though I wasn't hurt, it was painful and I was suffering. I had to watch him deal with the pain of healing, and I had to get through all the paperwork and phone calls an event like that requires. Those are two things which I pointed out in the first paragraph I hate.
I had my new phone all set up when I took it out of the house for the first time. My husband and I parked at McDonald's so I could run into the bathroom real quick. I thought I left my husband in the car, but I turned around and he'd changed his mind about going to the bathroom, and followed me. He grabbed my phone because I left it sitting on the console and he promptly dropped it on the cement parking lot. It damaged the bottom corner, but I didn't think it would hurt it. I didn't have a case for it yet, but it was just a small dent. However, everything went wacky from there.
I blamed it on all sorts of other things besides its violent shake up, a software download, a game app. When it finally became obvious it would not recover from its eternal reboot loop, not even with the help of the cell phone company, I had to get a replacement. Thank God I thought to add a replacement warranty to the purchase of my phone, which I don't normally do, but I've dealt with them in the past and they've always come through.
Go figure, a purchased warranty that is actually helpful and authentic. I had my laptop fixed three or four times for free despite it being my fault. The company is Square Trade if anyone's interested. They'll insure any new electronics either for a monthly or one-time fee based on their policy for the item. I even insured my mother's paper shredder for two years for $1.99.
As far as my phone goes, best $4 I've ever spent. They replaced my phone with narey a hiccup. (whatever that means) and it came within 24 hours.
Not only did my phone come a day earlier than expected, but one of the phone calls on my list called me instead of the other way around. It was my cell phone company inquiring about my request to reactive my old phone. I didn't need that done anymore, but she activated my newer new phone.
That's the kind of paperwork I can stand behind. I rocked the in box yesterday.