best program for saving ur aps for a factory reset?

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    whats the best program to use for doing a factory reset so u wont lose all ur aps and programs??
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    Titanium backup

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    I tried to install it I couldn't get it to open
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    You need root for titanium. The market should back up your apps, but then you rely on the cloud
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    What About App Brain? I Know I Can Sync App's To That But Not Sure If You Can Restore From There... I Am Also Curious About This.
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    Why would you be doing a factory reset? If you're rooted TiBackup is the best.
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    im not rooted but i want to root what is the best way? and easiest
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    what advantages do u get from a rooted phone?? and what are the dangers
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    Its like having administrative control of your phone. Rooting itself isn't dangerous, what you do after you root requires research, like running ROMs.
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    If you have an AppBrain account, and the AppBrain app on your phone, then there shouldnt be any reason why you couldnt restore your apps from AB. I sync every so often, and there is always a Download/Install button for the apps I have uninstalled since my last sync.
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    I Hoped That AppBrain Would Work But When I Did The Factory Reset Today & Went Right Into The Market To Download The AppBrain App & Try To Restore My Apps, They Were Gone :( So Just For Future Reference To Anyone Who Has This Question: No, App Brain Will Not Remember/Save Your Apps When You Do A Factory Reset.
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