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Discussion in 'Android Hacks and Help' started by gflam, Jul 6, 2010.
Which one do you think is better and why?
Screw both of them....Chevy's backup script is where it's at!
Ha looks good to me i guess i'll have to get the refund for mybackup pro thanks
Titanium Backup wins
Why do you think titanium is better
I couldn't get chevy's backup script to work i flashed to a new rom and rstapp -c said it wasn't found but it backed up my stuff just couldn't restore it
I never tried MyBackup, but I can tell you that Titanium is pretty rockin' for me at least. There was a point where it wouldn't work but the latest updates are perfect and fixed that. I think its great because it's free if you don't mind manually clicking install, next, install... or you can pay for the auto version. I love it because I backup all the apps AND their data. I have a lot of very important app data and wireless networks that I never have to set up over again because of Titanium...
Does the paid version of Titanium ask me to install each and every app. It's a dreadfully annoying task that should be automated in my opinion. If it was a non-root app the behavior would be excusable.
Well, after installing Froyo the first the last time, my unpaid apps didn't come back. All I had was my backup pro. It returned some of my apps but not all of them.
I've since dumped it for Titanium (paid version).
I had a similar experience as hookbill. In my opinion it is no comparison. Titanium donate version all the way.
I have and use both. For me, the UI in MyBackup Pro is easier to use. However, once you understand how Titanium (paid version) works, I feel it is a better tool.
I heard MyBackup doesn't associate apps back to the market so you wont get update notifications, is that true?
It was true at a time. I'm not certain that still applies because now there is a setting for rooted Droids.