- Mar 28, 2013
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One major feature that is missing from the Android OS is the ability to backup everything on a device either to a pc or to usb/sdcard storage. Seems that Google in all their infinite wisdom decided to leave that up to third parties. It would be nice when getting a new device or three, to be able to just sign in and BAM, there’s all your data. Sadly though this isn’t the case and third party developers have been filling the gap left by Google.
Data backup solutions for Android have been around for years. Some that require you have root access on your device while others have root and rootless options. Going by reviews and number of downloads, Titanium Backup is the current leader in the data backup game, but a new heavyweight just landed in the ring and is giving TiBu a run for it’s money. Carbon app sync and backup by Clockworkmod was an instant hit among standard users and root users alike.
In the battle for backups these two heavyweights are going head to head in the first of many app battles to come. So without any further ado, let’s get to it.
(Read more @ Android Dissected)