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    Quote Originally Posted by bribri070385
    The greatest thing ever just happened! My son decided he doesn't want to sleep tonight so got on HD collected wheat and then opened newspaper and for whatever reason clicked on a white sweater and and found 10 planks!!! I'm awake now lol!! YIIIPPPPPPPPEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

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    I don't understand why HayDay progress is lost in the case above, I play it on the iPad, then one day I decided to install it on the iPhone for the first time, and the progress made on the iPad was there, I thought it was GC login that dealt with it

    Edit: though just thought of something, a year or so ago I played MyTown2, I spoilt the game by using an exploit, so I deleted the game. When I deleted the game, it asked, 'Do you want to delete all info from GC' I pressed yes, and then when I re-installed, I could start again.
    Could this have happened?
    Last edited by zurichuk; 02-03-2013 at 02:10 AM. Reason: Still last post so added info
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    Quote Originally Posted by zurichuk
    I don't understand why HayDay progress is lost in the case above, I play it on the iPad, then one day I decided to install it on the iPhone for the first time, and the progress made on the iPad was there, I thought it was GC login that dealt with it
    My iPad died a couple of days ago...that's where this all began. New iPad today, restored from an iCloud back-up, then another one from an earlier date. In both cases, no Hay Day progress saved in iCloud. Go figure. GC log in and out makes no difference. First person to come up with a solution will go straight to Heaven! I have played for literally months, and was at level 64...

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    Any one need saws. and axes

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    Quote Originally Posted by EyeC999

    My iPad died a couple of days ago...that's where this all began. New iPad today, restored from an iCloud back-up, then another one from an earlier date. In both cases, no Hay Day progress saved in iCloud. Go figure. GC log in and out makes no difference. First person to come up with a solution will go straight to Heaven! I have played for literally months, and was at level 64...

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    Update: OK, I'll try your suggestion and will delete the game again, and also from GC.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by isaelperez81 View Post
    Any one need saws. and axes

    Izzy NYC Barn 550 Silo 650 game center Id -> isaelperez81 level40 as of Jan31
    Axes pls!!!

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    Nope, didn't work....("sniff!" Wipes tear)

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    Quote Originally Posted by EyeC999 View Post
    My iPad died a couple of days ago...that's where this all began. New iPad today, restored from an iCloud back-up, then another one from an earlier date. In both cases, no Hay Day progress saved in iCloud. Go figure. GC log in and out makes no difference. First person to come up with a solution will go straight to Heaven! I have played for literally months, and was at level 64...

    GC: EyeC999 / Level 57 / Sent from my iPad using iPF
    Racking my brains, personally think it is GC related rather than iCloud related, as the game can be played on multiple devices, the funny thing is, my iCloud backup contains 5Kb of Hay Day data on the iPad yet 18.6 Mb on the iPhone, strange.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EyeC999 View Post
    Update: OK, I'll try your suggestion and will delete the game again, and also from GC.....

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    I wouldn't delete it from GC, that's how I deliberately lost progress from MyTown2
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    Quote Originally Posted by zurichuk

    Racking my brains, personally think it is GC related rather than iCloud related, as the game can be played on multiple devices, the funny thing is, my iCloud backup contains 5Kb of Hay Day data on the iPad yet 18.6 Mb on the iPhone, strange.
    I imagine you are right. GC is the common denominator here.

    Best bet would be for someone to download the game who has never used GC before, and log in to GC with EyeC's credentials, and see what happens. Course, it's going to have to be someone EyeC can trust, which rules all of us Internet weirdos out. Then we can see if the data exists anywhere. Like at GCHQ, for example. There's still a chance we can figure out where this data has gone.
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