ICS .232 and Titanium Backup

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid Bionic' started by FourFive, Jul 16, 2012.

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    Hey I just updated to the .232 ICS leak and rooted it so I can bring over my old texts etc. etc.. But now when I open Titanium Backup it doesn't find any backup history, I'm starting to think I somehow lost the info when FXZing back to 902. I assumed TiBu by default saves to your SD card and ive factory reset plenty of times in the past and used TiBu to restore my dialer storage. Am I missing something here??
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    The 902 fxz wipes the internal sdcard unless you used a modified xml. You should always have the save location for your back-ups with titanium on the sdcard-ext.
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    Titanium Backup's default folder for the Bionic is sdcard. But as I'm sure you saw in the folder structure there is sdcard and sdcard-ext. You need to go into the default settings in TiBu and point it to sdcard-ext as the previous poster mentions.
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    Assuming you still had your titanium backup data, I would suggest not to restore TB data from a gingerbread build to an ice cream sandwich build.

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    Yes, they do not play nice with each other. Even setting on your apps coming from gb to ICS. And never restore phone settings from gb to ICS.

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    Alright I figured that was gonna be the case, either way, I'm assuming theres not a easy way to bring the dialer storage over for future reference??