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backing up apps

Discussion in 'Android Hacks and Help' started by joshmutiny, May 28, 2010.

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    what's the best way to back up and restore apps? I'm running CM 5062 right now, and want to upgrade to 5071, but i have a TON of apps that I don't want to lose when wiping for the new rom. astro has a backup manager, i know. will that work?
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    Haven't tried Astro, but Titanium is terrific
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    I am using mybackup pro and have not had any complaints. I have heard of some using Titanium as well.
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    I use Titanium Backup and it had saved my ass several times. It backs up data too

    My Droid Does Tapatalk...
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    I like Titanium. Installed SG 6.0.1 last night and when I restored it was as if the apps were never erased, all my settings remained... beautiful.
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    IIRC ...in order to have your apps reloaded onto your screens as they were arranged on the previous ROM after a new ROM install and a Titanium restore, you need to do it to the same launcher... that was the case for me atleast
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    Yep, Launchers wont cross-configure. Home will only restore to Home. Helix 2 will only restore to Helix 2.

    I've used all of the above, and I honestly have fewer problems when I just reconfig manually. App backups are great, and work great, but setting backups always need to be tweaked, and I find it easier to just do them manually. That's just me though.