I have a problem which is quite complicated to describe; but here goes: My iPhone 4S had a clicking screen so I was allowed a new one in the apple store. I backed up my old iphone on my pc at home (full backup) and when travelling abroad to the apple store (theres no apple store in my home country) I made a newer backup to my laptop (which did not have my iTunes library). After getting a new iPhone at the store, I restored my iPhone 4S with the backup from my laptop. As expected, none of my 3rd party apps were restored (since the laptop did not have my library). When I downloaded some of my apps directly from my iPhone, they were automatically put back in the right place/folder, most of them even with the appdata still intact. When I arrived home, I synchronised my new iPhone with my pc (which has the iTunes library). To my surprise, only half of my apps were restored to the iPhone - although all the apps are still in my iTunes library. When I try installing the missing apps directly from my iPhone, they are installed in the wrong place (first available position). So here's my question: is there a way of seeing which apps were installed where on my iphone when I made my last backup? I had about 200 apps installed, all neatly arranged in folders but only 75 were put back (and not necessarily the newest or oldest ones, it's very random). I have about 450 apps in my iTunes library and I don't remember exactly which ones were installed and which ones weren't. Can anyone please help?