Originally Posted by DiSiD
I probably did, I'm still pretty new at this. For me, after that, I went with picking app data to back up and restore for only the ones I really needed with helium. I probably could have done the same thing with titanium.
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I recommend giving TIBU another go. Remember in TIBU system apps are marked in red and users apps are marked in white. I recommend making a fresh backup in helium just until you get used to TIBU. I'm going to write you a small guide to TIBU
1. Go to batch actions (check box in top right)
2. Scroll to the very last option and click "delete all backups". This will give us a clean slate.
3. Go back to main screen and select schedules tab.
4. Click edit on first schedule. If no scheduled are listed then create one.
4a. Change it to "Backup all user apps". This will backup your downloaded apps every time the schedule runs regardless if the apps were modified/used since the last backup.
4b. If you only want it to backup the apps that were modified since your last backup then choose "Backup new user apps & newer versions".
5. Choose a time and day for schedule. Also choose of you want to run the schedule regardless of power level (AC charging/battery, etc)
Setting up backup for SPECIFIC system data like SMS & Call Log
1. Go to the backup/Restore tab. In the top right click "Edit Filters"
2. At the bottom click "Create Label". Give it a name (e.g. Calls/SMS). Now click "Add/Remove Elements".
3. Choose Call Log and Messages (SMS/MMS). Now hit the check mark in the top right. Give it a name if you haven't yet and hit save.
4. Now go back to schedules. Create a schedule and choose "Backup all system data". Pick the filter you created and pick a time for the schedule to run.
5. Done! If you want to know how to backup your backups to online storage like Dropbox/Box/Drive. You can set it in TIBU preferences and then edit the schedules you created to save to your online system automatically.
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