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Reload apps after restoring

I had some problems with my 3g iphone so I restored it and now want to reload my apps. But it won't sync the apps onto it.
I have added apps on 2 different computers and I am not near the alternate computer.

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The apps can be reinstalled only from the pc, to which you iphone was hooked up for the first time. I had same issues - had both at home and at work. So from that pc at work, i could not sync the apps. But then - try to log on to your app store account - at least it might let you sync those apps from iTunes :)

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