ERE25 & Restoring Apps


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  1. Mercutio

    Mercutio Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    How are you restoring your apps?

    Titanium Backup?
    Astro?
    Manual?

    If manual, do you keep a list of which apps you've got installed so that you can restore them more easily?

    Does anyone restore /data from 2.0.1? Or will that just cause more problems?

    I've used Astro in the past, but not for ROM purposes. And I've got Titanium installed, but have never used it. It seems like there are several options but I've yet to hear of any preferred option from anyone.

    Look forward to hearing everyone's thoughts, and to getting in on this ERE25 action!
     

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  2. Shadowtech

    Shadowtech Well-Known Member

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    I've reinstalled most of mine through Titanium. A lot of the apps I just do through market, but then restore the user data for them with Titanium.. haven't had any issues yet going from 2.0.1 to a 2.1 rom.
     
  3. Mercutio

    Mercutio Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Do you use the paid or free Titanium?
     
  4. Shadowtech

    Shadowtech Well-Known Member

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    I use the free version. I don't need multiple backups, so only having the 1 is fine with me. And the speed isn't much of an issue as I only really do full backups on a couple apps anyway.
     
  5. Redflea

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    I used the paid version...I feel that the level of functionality, the high-level of activity of the developer (regular updates, new features) deserve a donation.

    Great app...
     
  6. shrink57

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    The paid version of Titanium is worth it's weight in gold with the 1 button batch backups and restores. It is much more convenient (and supports the developer).
     
  7. mtbhk44

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    So in other words, the paid version will allow me to hit one button and have all of my apps reinstalled rather than doing one at a time?

    I installed Pete's new BB ERE25 last night twice and had to reinstall each app separately twice. I think I'm cross-eyed now :eek:
     
  8. shrink57

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    In the batch menu you have choices of restore all apps, restore all apps with data, restore all missing apps, and multiple batch backup options. The Market Doctor is also very useful for making sure restored apps are linked to the market properly.
     
  9. OMJ

    OMJ Bazinga VIP Member

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    All my apps just showed up in the market under downloads and I just redownloaded them. The only problem I had was with some protected apps but Chevy has a fix for that.

    If you want a list to be safe there is an app called app list that will make a txt file on your sd card with a list of all your apps.

    I know titanium backup is an app that wont show up in ERE 25 without chevys fix
     
  10. shrink57

    shrink57 Well-Known Member

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    Are you talking about showing up in the market? I keep a an installable copy of Titanium handy on my SD card just for emergencies. I believe the Chevy fix is already incorporated into the latest BB and Ultimate roms (I am waiting for a few minutes downtime to play with them).
     
  11. OMJ

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    I could be wrong but I dont think chevys fix is in pete's rom. In pete's change log it says if apps dont show up email the developer.

    NM in Pete's newest revision All market issues are fixed
     

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