Mybackup Pro vs Titanium backup

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    Which one do you think is better and why?
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    Ha looks good to me i guess i'll have to get the refund for mybackup pro thanks
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    Titanium Backup wins
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    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
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    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...
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    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.
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    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).
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    I had a similar experience as hookbill. In my opinion it is no comparison. Titanium donate version all the way.
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    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.

    Mike
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    I heard MyBackup doesn't associate apps back to the market so you wont get update notifications, is that true?
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    It was true at a time. I'm not certain that still applies because now there is a setting for rooted Droids.
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    Well what I mean is that using Titanium free it gives me an install prompt for each and every app. I have about 100 apps so you can imagine how annoying it is. It only takes slightly less time than searching for the apps on my own.
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    yeap just pay the $4 and it will install them automatically w/o the prompts, totally worth the money
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    Well that's definitely better then but titanium is still superior overall IMO
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