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[Q] Migrating App Data

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By Ksunnyv1011, Senior Member on 21st August 2014, 01:08 AM
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So I have a Moto X that cannot be rooted. I recently got it. I have my old phone currently. However since it cannot be rooted, I cannot use titanium backup. I tried using my backup pro but it didn't migrate any of the data in the apps. So all of my games progress was gone and is still currently on my old phone. Anyone have any insight? Thanks.
 
 
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Not as good as Titanium but you can use Helium...

https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...ackup&hl=en_GB

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Or, download the Moto-X toolkit and make sure you have the adb drivers for your old phone installed then plug in your old phone and use the Moto-X toolkit and you can backup either individual apps from or your entire phone then once the backup is complete plug in your Moto-X and restore.

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