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[Q] about backup of appz and app data

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By abhibnl, Senior Member on 9th March 2012, 06:19 PM
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Hey guys!
I need expert advice about appz and app data backup. Well i want to try a custom rom but i don't want to install all my appz again and don't want to play all game levels again. So i really would like to know the simplest and effective way to backup data?
PS: I heard about Titanitm backup but i also heard that it can brick device. Please suggest me a simple way with steps. :):)
 
 
9th March 2012, 09:07 PM |#2  
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Hey guys!
I need expert advice about appz and app data backup. Well i want to try a custom rom but i don't want to install all my appz again and don't want to play all game levels again. So i really would like to know the simplest and effective way to backup data?
PS: I heard about Titanitm backup but i also heard that it can brick device. Please suggest me a simple way with steps. :):)

You can do a backup app + app data with Titanium backup, find them on Market just search Titanium

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You can do a backup app + app data with Titanium backup, find them on Market just search Titanium

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But mate i read on some sites that wrong titanium restoration can brick my device. That's why i 'm kinda afraid of using it.
10th March 2012, 05:12 AM |#4  
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Dude, i do not understand how someone can brick a phone using titanium backup. Maybe that guy did not gain proper superuser access, resulting in a bricked phone? Also, I think a lot of users here in xda use this app everyday, and I don't think most of them get bricked as titanium is very easy to use
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Hey don't worry I am using titanium backup since a year and am not getting any problem. Yeah I admit it that some times restored apps misbehave but that is all when you play with extreme level of setting believe me and also don't forget to press thanks button

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10th March 2012, 07:18 AM |#6  
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Titanium backup is a good app.

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I use ultimate backup. That's also a good app.

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But mate i read on some sites that wrong titanium restoration can brick my device. That's why i 'm kinda afraid of using it.

Using Titanium Backup ever since I got my first Android.............


NEver had any kind of problems. and Titanium jst restores apps it won't do anything with system as long as you haven't asked it to. So no worries abt it.....
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Thanks to all of you. Now i guess i'll be using titanium backup from now on.
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But mate i read on some sites that wrong titanium restoration can brick my device. That's why i 'm kinda afraid of using it.

may be u mean the rom manager.. yep, rom manager restoration will brick our ace.. but titanium back up is safe to use..
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Titanium backup is a good app too.

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