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Default [Q] App Extractor or Titanium Backup

Most of you are familiar with TB, but I ran across a app that pulls your apps+data from your Rom backup.

It pretty much does the same as TB.

For those that used both which one have you decided to go with.

I am currently using App Extractor and deleted TB.

Here are links to both:

App Extractor-

https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...y.appextractor



Titanium Backup-

https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...TitaniumBackup

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Looks cool, I'll be giving this a try. I've used TB and didn't really like it...

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I think the lack of replies is the answer. Everybody uses titanium nobody uses whatever one you posted. Was the lack of responses not clear enough for you?

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I think the lack of replies is the answer. Everybody uses titanium nobody uses whatever one you posted. Was the lack of responses not clear enough for you?

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Nope I'm just captain obvious
300+ views in 6 weeks and one person replied before you bumped it
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300+ views in 6 weeks and one person replied before you bumped it
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Good job. :thumbup:

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