Fastest way to restore with Titanium Backup after a wipe?

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    What's the fastest way to get back into Titanium Backup after a wipe?

    Right now I'm enabling wifi (to speed things up), signing into my Google account, dl'ing the key and app, and then go ahead and restore my stuff. Is there a way to get to TB without dl'ing it from the market first?
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    And as a follow-up, how do I get my labels to carry over after a wipe? I set them up, ran a backup for TB, but when I restored the app/data, the labels still aren't there. I was hoping to be able to run batches of apps to restore without having to do them all or one by one.
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    I guess you could create an update.zip within Titanium Backup, but I rarely use it because when I flash it's to flash to another ROM; and flashing another ROM then installing the titanium backup ZIP I created would carry over system files from the previous ROM.

    I don't know if what I do is the fastest way but I think I can help.


    The fastest way I think to restore from Titanium Backup is to delete all uninstalled backups before flashing a new ROM. I go through my list of apps I don't want sometimes and delete them. Other times I do this below:

    I turn on WiFi as you do, disable auto backup in the following menus. Download Titanium Backup from the market. This can be done with a file manager too, if it's preinstalled on the ROM, just install it from SD. Then load up TB and filter USER apps so you don't pull any system apps. Then I back restore app/data and uncheck items that I may want to install later but don't need them installed just yet.


    Also if you're going from one ROM to a different version of the same ROM, like BB or SS, right now I'm using Chevy SS, I can backup all apps and restore all apps and restore all accounts from within the ChevyTools in Settings. Then use Titanium Backup to restore important data.
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    I used to use AppsOrganizer to add the different labels to the filters, but I have had lots of issues with those labels not carrying over to future ROMs so I just gave up on it after a LOT of re-adding labels.

    I believe if you keep AppsOrganizer and restore appsorganizer within titanium backup, with data, it will restore those labels. It didn't always seem to work for me. Anyway I had this issue and that's how I attempted to fix it, I really hope it helps.
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