I've recently got the official OTA ICS update
I've recently rooted my phone.
I've got the free version of Titanium Backup installed, and ran a backup with all system data + apps.
So I'm about ready to perform my FDR.
Once I'm done. I suppose I should download Titanium Backup again.
Now what I dont want is it to restore all the leftover crap/garbage from the prior year plus.
There are 270ish total apps. Must I dont know what they are, but I didnt intentionally download.
Debating on the restore technical. I want to keep my phone a bit cleaner. So I want calendar, contacts, sms,
etc restored. Then I want only that data for the apps I will reinstall added back. what technical to retore?
just restore all system data. then manually restore the downloaded apps I want?
I'm told the Gingerbread might have left a bunch of junk laying around and its not needed with ICS.
So I want a clean start.. and I guess the essentials back.
Lastly. For the above, is having the "PRO" version of TB better? Not shy about spending money
on a good app, but seriously, the features on the PRO seem a bit more complex than I need, except
maybe for the freeze stuff.
thank for suggestions