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I'd like to know how I can set up my android 4.1.2 (Galaxy S2 I 9100) that it will install all my apps in the Play Store (the one you can see when you click "my apps").
I think it was CM 10.1 where it worked sometimes and in stock rom I did not noticed it.
Is there a way to configure my Galaxy S2 so I don't have to install the apps manually?
I hope I asked clearly enough ;)
Thanks so far !

Edit: I reseted my phone, logged into samsung account to google account.
I always allowed to back up and restore my data. But the apps haven't been installed automatically.
And that was the only thing I tried. I did not try any ADB recoveries. And I did not use any backup third party apps or the stock rom backup.
I hope this information is enough. I fnot please tell me what information you additionally need!
Thank you again!

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Rather similar: How to recover apps from a factory reset? –  eldarerathis Mar 14 '13 at 17:25
    
Does not work :( And I searched for "reinstall", "install after reset" but I did not guess to search "recover" ... :D –  j0chn Mar 14 '13 at 17:52
    
What "does not work"? The Backup/restore via ADB described there, or the Google backup? I'd recommend you update your question with some more details, to enable us to help you. –  Izzy Mar 14 '13 at 19:25

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Make sure you have checked Automatic Restore and Backup my Data in Settings>Backup & Restore.

And also sync your google account right after a reset. You'll notice that all of your apps are reinstalling in the background.

Hope it helps.

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I guess it has to do with what you had on your device installed right before you wipe & flashed a new Rom.

Google remembers last apps and all

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