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Ok, so I'm about to upgrade my ROM to the most current release.. I was wondering if there's a way to keep data from my games so I don't have to start over.. does backing up with titanium back up do this? If not, how do I go about achieving this?
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I'm not.positive this would work but what about making a nand backup and then restoring data. Just a thought.

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Yes, Titanium Backup will do this for you... When ever I flash a new rom and need to restore something, I always reinstall the app fresh from the market (or whatever source I aquired them from) and then use Titanium Backup to restore the data only. I feel comfortable doing that way instead of doing a blanket data restore through Clockwork.
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