backing up protected apps?

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  1. yamaha83

    yamaha83 Member

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    im trying to backup some apps using Appmanager and a couple of them say that they are protected and it wont let me do it... anyone know why? and if there is a way around it?
     
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    Titanium Backup handles protected apps but you'll need root access.
     
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    Apps are "protected" to prevent the user from transferring them to another device. i.e. theft.
     
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    It's funny how copy protection always ends up negatively affecting the people who bought it legally while those who downloaded the pirated versions don't have the same problems.
     
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