Support Full Device Backup?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by SuperW2, Aug 6, 2010.

  1. SuperW2

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    Not sure where this belongs, so, Mods, feel free to move it if necessary.

    I came from the iPhone world where iTunes would do a full backup and recovery basically automagically if I had to wipe my phone for whatever reason.

    Is there an app or tool that will bring my DroidX back to the state it's in now, basically fully if I were do a wipe/hard reset. I am planning on doing some testing and screenshots for Android support for my employer and while this is my personally owned phone, I expense the service back to them.

    Any recommendations for full backup Sw?
     

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  3. Steven58

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    you have to be rooted to use Titanium. However, rooting is very simple with the X. Even I can do it! :p
     
  4. jimbo1mcm

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    Good program. You can set it to do a backup each night to your SD card or their online servers. Backs up whatever you want, including apps that are not "protected". IF you get a new phone you can re-download the apps from the marketplace. I am getting a spare 16gb card and making a copy to have in case I lose my phone. When I would get the replacement phone, I can just put the backup SD card in and do a restore with the program.
     
  5. VikingX

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    What about if you don't want to fool with rooting?
     
  6. SuperW2

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    ...and TitaniumBackup does it just do apps? I'd like to backup my Device Settings, Home Page setup's, my EMail settings, etc... basically a full device "image" that I can put back on and get to a current state if I wipe (like I did with iPhone)
     

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