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Discussion in 'Droid 3 Roms' started by jcb100, Mar 13, 2012.

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    I rooted and flashed Liberty to my droid 3. Everything is good except battery life. I also had to download all my aps again from market withn thre new RoM? Is this normal? I am kinda new to all this. I hear people flashing roms over and over, but how to you make it so you can save your dow0nloaded aps when changing roms? Its expecially a hassle with email ap touchdown as I have to reconfigure the settings everytime.
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    You need to use an app like Titanium Backup to backup all your user apps plus data. Then after a data wipe restore with Titanium Backup.
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    Yup, titanium backup is the way to go and definitely get the pro version

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