Titanium backup? Nandroid?

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    Is performing a batch backup of "user apps and data" the same as what you guys call nandroid backup?

    I am going to flash a new rom and don't want to loose all my apps

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    nope but what you want to do, Titanium is what you want to use. link 2 in my sig will help you learn more of the terminology.

    Simply put, a nandroid is a system image at a point in time. Kind of like a windows restore point.
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    i see. thank you so much, so would the app/data backup, be the way to go to restore the apps?

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    just redownload titanium on the new rom and run a batch restore. only restore user apps (no system data, causes problems) and you should be where you left off.
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