Titanium Backup Now Supported On Android 6.0 Marshmallow

Discussion in 'Android News' started by DroidModderX, Oct 7, 2015.

  1. DroidModderX

    DroidModderX Super Moderator
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    For most of us the need to root our devices is not as urgent as it once was. Most people who rooted back in the day basically did it for a free hot spot. Hot Spot is included in most tiered data plans these days. Others rooted to overclock their cpu which is no longer necessary thanks to high performing flagships. There are still a few of you out there who like to run roms, for those of us who do having the ability to backup apps and app data is a must. This is one reason Titanium Backup is still pretty popular.

    Now that we have Android 6.0 Marshmallow on our Nexus devices and even a working version of root. Titanium Backup must be the first major root app to add support for Marshmallow! Now you can backup and restore all that precious app data no matter what device you are switching over to.

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  2. kixfan

    kixfan Senior Member

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    I just wish there was a non-root method of doing what Titanium backup does. It's one of the few apps I have used enough to actually buy. I still have some games and apps that store their data locally instead of the cloud.
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