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Old May 5th, 2012, 11:28 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi all. I'm thinking of rooting prime. Phone is rooted too, and was wondering how titanium backup pro handles multiple devices and Dropbox

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You can use it on multiple devices because when you enter your google credentials for the play store (market) it's recognized as purchased. So no problems there, it'll create a unique file on that device's sd card for backups so they're independent.

Options have recently been added to sync backups to Dropbox and/or Box as well. Basically, the only great benefit I see there is an extra backup location in case something happens to your sd card. It's also becoming more handy on phones that don't have an sd card but instead have an internal partition that acts as an sd card (such as my galaxy nexus). Because if the bootloader is ever relocked/unlocked, it'll wipe it. Just kind of an ace in the hole imo.
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