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How can I transfer my apps and app data from old phone with titanium backup without Sd card?
Option 1: usb cable
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Option 1: usb cable
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Umm.... I don't see how this would work. You can't really transfer the apps themselves without root at least. The app data, maybe.
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How can I transfer my apps and app data from old phone with titanium backup without Sd card?
There is an app called Helium that you can get on the Play Store, that should help. It's buggy and some apps aren't supported, but it at least something. If you want to root your phone, then use titanium backup, and transfer the files via usb cable to your pc, then to your new phone, as the person above said. Then just restore using Titanium Backup again on the new phone.
 
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Why can't he transfer the entire Titanium Backup folder over?
I can't find any reason not too.
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Usb otg works as well. I use rom toolbox pro for backups and I just did a fresh backup to the sdcard of my razr, popped it into the $5 otg adapter I got from dealxtreme, and transferred the whole app_manager folder onto my g2. When I installed rom toolbox it found everything & I could do a batch restore of apps/data.

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Why can't he transfer the entire Titanium Backup folder over?
I can't find any reason not too.
Agreed. In the "SD card" folder is the TB folder. This should contain all of the back-up files. Transfer them as you would any other files.
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Agreed. In the "SD card" folder is the TB folder. This should contain all of the back-up files. Transfer them as you would any other files.
I am on STOCK ROM and not Rooted. I do not see SDCARD folder? Do I have to be rooted?
 
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I am on STOCK ROM and not Rooted. I do not see SDCARD folder? Do I have to be rooted?
SDCARD is just going to be your main folder using any file manager. However, as far as I know, TB is limited to rooted devices or ADB. I am not familiar with how the non-rooted TB works as I have never used it. I root every phone by the time I leave Verizon's parking lot.
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Am I missing something, not fully understanding or OP just makes his life more complicated than it supposes to be???
I still don't understand why can't he just "transfer" them over.
OP, your old phone, called phone A, has TB folder, your new phone, the G2, called phone B, unrooted. You don't have SD card.
Why can't you "transfer" that TB folder from phone A to your PC then from PC, "transfer" them to phone B?
What stop you from doing that? You can do wirelessly or using usb cable.
Can you treat that TB folder like your "personal" folder which hold your documents or pictures?
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Am I missing something, not fully understanding or OP just makes his life more complicated than it supposes to be???
I still don't understand why can't he just "transfer" them over.
OP, your old phone, called phone A, has TB folder, your new phone, the G2, called phone B, unrooted. You don't have SD card.
Why can't you "transfer" that TB folder from phone A to your PC then from PC, "transfer" them to phone B?
What stop you from doing that? You can do wirelessly or using usb cable.
Can you treat that TB folder like your "personal" folder which hold your documents or pictures?
Thanks, I may be making it more difficult for me, I wasn't sure about ROOTED phone (A) vs Non Rooted LG G2 (Phone B). Especially when it comes to TB. I wll try and see what happens.

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