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Been reading alot of different reviews on a couple different apps- Titanium Backup Pro, and Rom Toolbox Pro. Which is better? Any input would be greatly appreciated.

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Been reading alot of different reviews on a couple different apps- Titanium Backup Pro, and Rom Toolbox Pro. Which is better? Any input would be greatly appreciated.

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Titanium backup pro is best for backups :thumbup:

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Been reading alot of different reviews on a couple different apps- Titanium Backup Pro, and Rom Toolbox Pro. Which is better? Any input would be greatly appreciated.

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It is pretty much a matter of personal preference... TiBu is the most common tool and works well most of the time, I prefer Ultimate Backup, it just works better for me, I like the interface, and it doesn't seem to be picky about what su you are using. ROM Toolbox isn't really a "backup" application per se, it is more of a... well.. toolbox for rooted devices, and doesn't really do backups... To be completely honest, after fighting with it and losing everything from TiBu a couple years ago I switched to Ultimate Backup, it has never failed me once.

There is also My Backup Pro, System Tuner Pro, and Efficient Backup (root), with the later being free.
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