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Titanium Backup

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1st July 2014, 03:06 AM   |  #1  
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Why would you need Titanium Backup when you can just connect your device to your computer and copy your files? This is the main purpose of backing up right? So no need for Titanium Backup...
1st July 2014, 07:03 AM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by mazdaarya

Why would you need Titanium Backup when you can just connect your device to your computer and copy your files? This is the main purpose of backing up right? So no need for Titanium Backup...

The titanium backup stores you apps data as well.. Plus it helps to covert user apps to system apps or vice versa.. This function comes handy when a phones system partition is low and due to which some phones cant flash gapps.. Gapps are google apps BTW..
The phones which have low memory have to delete some apps from ROM then flash the ROM to save some system memory.. So through TItanium backup he convert the system app to user app without deleting the app and freeing up space in system memory..

For ex about data backup of apps.. Take example of whatsapp..

When you install a whatsapp on new ROM you need to give phone number verification code and all..

When you take a backup via Titanium.. Just open the app.. tap on whatsapp.. Select restore.. You will restore all your chats.. numbers without even given your number and all..
1st July 2014, 01:03 PM   |  #3  
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Why show everytime warning after open titanium backup?

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