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What app restorer???? U use

Discussion in 'Droid X Roms' started by jp1m16, Aug 30, 2011.

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    hey all. I was wondering. When trying different roms out, what do you all use to restore all of your favorite apps that you have picked up along the way and don't want to lose??? Like payed for? Not so payed for?? And free?? I love trying different Roms, but hate having to lose and try to remember all my apps I've downloaded..
    Lets hear your solutions gang...

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    Titanium Backup is the best.

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    Will check it out..thanks

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    I have Titanium, but I've noticed that when I install a new ROM and sign in with my Google account, the phone starts downloading my apps from the app store right away. Google backs up more than your contacts now.
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    Google has always restored your apps (mostly paid ones) as soon as you log on from a new phone or a wiped phone. But you will need Titanium or My Back up pro (have not used) to restore everything else. Google will not restore your data like Titanium would.
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    And when google restores your phone it doesn't always get ALL your apps back. I've used both "My backup Pro" and "Titanium". If your on a stock phone "My backup pro" works great. If your phone is rooted "Titanium" is by far better!!!!!

    I always uncheck the "restore your from your Google account" to this phone when I'm setting up after I flash a new ROM, cuz it takes to long and doesn't restore date to the apps.
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    Good tip top_droid. Never thought of that. That seems to be my problem. I don't get all my Apps restored. I'm seriously thinking about donating for the titanium pro. I'm sure I'll be having questions when I do. Looks heavy duty...


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    Oh yeah. I'm rooted and have been enjoying liquid gb. 2.6 but was wanting to rom out again.. L

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    Oh yeah. I'm rooted and have been enjoying liquid gb. 2.6 but was wanting to rom out again..

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    Sorry for double post.

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    It's definitively worth it, and it is very easy to use. You can start using the free version to get used to it. You can't batch restore with the free one though. You have to manually press install and done, like your installing it for the first time will all the apps.