Best Backup App

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  1. tonyr0802

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    Maybe this belongs somewhere else, but I wanted the opinion of this forum as I think you're all active users that would have a valuable opinion.

    Which back up app do you all use the most, and like better? Titanium or My Back Pro?

    I've used both, can't decide which I like better.
     
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    titanium....will backup pro backup your apps data?
     
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    I dont use one. I had some problems a few releases ago with UD having problems after I reloaded my apps using Titanium. I just reload the apps through the Market.
     
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    Hands down it's titanium. It restores all data including your market data so it will show updates and everything else. My Backup does not.
     
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    Since rooting, I've just been making Nandroid backups. Other than the ability to schedule the backup, is there any benefit to using the backup apps over Nandroid?
     
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    I felt like I had an issue caused by Titanium once too, but could not be positive. Thus the switch to MBP.
     
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    If you change roms then yes. if you always want to restore back to an old rom, no.
     
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    By this, I assume you mean, restoring data across ROM changes. I guess I can see that. I'd always used Sprite Backup on my WinMobile phones. I purchased it for my Droid back when they were running a 99 cent special, but I've never installed it. How does it compare to the ones mentioned in this thread?
     
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    Yes, across roms. You just install titanium..hit restore data and apps..and everything goes back to what was on your phone before. I haven't used sprite to know honestly.
     
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    I vote for titanium too, I have tried others and went back to it.
     
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    A vote for Titanium from me as well. It is by far the easiest way for me to restore my apps when I install a new rom and start from scratch once again.
     
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