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[Q] Preferred Restore Procedure?

11th June 2014, 03:13 PM   |  #1  
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I see a lot of folks here who are "flash-crazed," in that they install a lot of new ROMs and whatnot, and do clean wipes in between.

Question for those of you who would fit that group - do you just spend a lot of time re-installing apps? Do you use Titanium Backup and restore all your apps that way? Does the Google autorestore work for you? I like doing a clean install (ie wipe first) when I install a ROM but the work of restoring all my apps and their associated data by hand is a real pain and I'm curious if anyone has any tips to streamline that process.

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11th June 2014, 03:27 PM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by thebobmannh

I see a lot of folks here who are "flash-crazed," in that they install a lot of new ROMs and whatnot, and do clean wipes in between.

Question for those of you who would fit that group - do you just spend a lot of time re-installing apps? Do you use Titanium Backup and restore all your apps that way? Does the Google autorestore work for you? I like doing a clean install (ie wipe first) when I install a ROM but the work of restoring all my apps and their associated data by hand is a real pain and I'm curious if anyone has any tips to streamline that process.

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I use Titanium backup. Works great. If you are running into problems (e.g.FCs) might just want to restore apps with TiBa and not data.
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Make sure you are using titanium pro and then use batch restore. All your apps and data will installed in one go.
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