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Old November 30th, 2012, 06:58 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Hey Brian! whats up? heres my dilemma: i got like 7 and some change left the playstore from when i got my N7. its a toss up between TiBu for i think 6 and change, and RTBP for 3 bucks....
Titanium for sure. Most of the features in the ROM toolbox are baked into custom ROMs. The only thing I see that can't be done in Recovery or Custom ROMs is backing up apps. And if you're like me, flashing tons of ROMs, Titanium can save lots of time. It creates a flashable .zip. Not to mention, every other major selling point (root explorer, NANDroid backups, and ad-blocker) can be done with other free apps. Personally, I don't see the value in ROM Toolbox anymore. Three years ago, it was a must have.
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