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How can I back up my paid apps?

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4th January 2014, 12:15 AM   |  #1  
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How can I back up my paid apps?
Es File Manager or another back up apps doesn't work..
It say 'this is secure app'...
How can I back up?
4th January 2014, 12:27 AM   |  #2  
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How can I back up my paid apps?
Es File Manager or another back up apps doesn't work..
It say 'this is secure app'...
How can I back up?

This isn't an Xperia question and will have been answered many times before elsewhere. Short answer is you will need root.

https://www.google.com/search?q=andr...ckup+paid+apps
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You lnow mate, you dont need to back up pqid apps,,, you can download them again on playstore without paying, as long as you log in your same google account


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You lnow mate, you dont need to back up pqid apps,,, you can download them again on playstore without paying, as long as you log in your same google account


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If you're rooted then use Titanium back up, if you're on 4.3 and you don't have use of full root then that may be an issue, but otherwise, this works perfectly.
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You lnow mate, you dont need to back up pqid apps,,, you can download them again on playstore without paying, as long as you log in your same google account

It matters if you want to back up the data for those apps.

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