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App for full backup and restore of Captivate?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by fuzzyreets, Oct 31, 2010.

  1. fuzzyreets

    fuzzyreets Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    I think that says it all. Is there an app that will backup my entire captivate and restore it exactly the way it was from the backup? Thanks.
     



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  2. t0ast3d

    t0ast3d Android Enthusiast

    MyBackup
     
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  3. fuzzyreets

    fuzzyreets Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    Okay that's pretty much what I figured. Thanks.
     
  4. John I

    John I Well-Known Member


    Does the phone have to be rooted?

    John
     
  5. CrimsonPride

    CrimsonPride Android Expert

    i would root and use rom manager but thats just me, its free. mybackup doesnt require root i dont think
     
  6. yahoowizard

    yahoowizard Android Enthusiast

    Titanium Backup
     
  7. Jack45

    Jack45 Android Expert

  8. Andrewdroid

    Andrewdroid Well-Known Member

    Remember also to backup whetever you have on the Internal and External SD card (and also your sim card if you need it). None of the backup programs will back those up, not even the advanced Nandroid option. Things like a GSM reset (which some people use to fix some issues) WILL erase the internal SD card, so you should have a backup of it.

    It's simple to back these areas up since you can easily mount to phone via USB and do a drag and drop backup in Windows.
     
  9. Andrewdroid

    Andrewdroid Well-Known Member

    Please update the backup faq actually regarding this because I'd be willing to bet a lot people don't realize the backup programs don't touch either the internal SD card nor the external sd card.
     
  10. Jack45

    Jack45 Android Expert

    No, but...

    If a user has a phone rooted, MyBackup Pro can access much
    more information including third party applications
    data\settings, protected applications, Android Market links, and
    system application data...as well as have the ability to backup
    and restore applications in batch mode with a single click.


    Source: MyBackup Pro documentation
     
  11. sremick

    sremick Android Expert

    Remember: like the front page of the site states, suggestions go to admin AT capfaq DOT com
     
  12. nyydynasty

    nyydynasty Android Expert

    i just like the fact that you can schedule "mybackup" to run daily or weekly and keep a certain number of previous backups.
     
  13. Jack45

    Jack45 Android Expert

    As you can with the paid version of Titanium. The main difference that I've noticed is that MyBackup Pro takes significantly longer to perform its operations. I own, and use, both.

    For those reading this thread, I'll reiterate that it is important to back up to an external SD card if it's installed. Why? In the event that you need to exchange your phone you will now have a portable backup, enabling convenient restoration to your new device. MyBackup Pro has an option to do this via a simple check mark. Titanium requires that you modify the path for the backup folder name. For the Captivate's current OS (Eclair) the folder name should be sd/TitaniumBackup. For Froyo, it'll be external_sd/TitaniumBackup.
     
  14. nyydynasty

    nyydynasty Android Expert

    but i dont root my phones anymore so titanium is not going to work. I find that mybackup pro doesnt take NEARLY as long as titanium did (when my phone was rooted, of course). And the restore of titanium was painfully slow but maybe it was my phone that was fuxored. who knows.

    either way, mybackup pro works well for me and only takes about 2 minutes to backup automatically (daily).
     
  15. Jack45

    Jack45 Android Expert

    And that's good - as long as you're aware of the limitations of backup programs when used with devices that arent rooted.
     
  16. nyydynasty

    nyydynasty Android Expert

  17. Jack45

    Jack45 Android Expert

    Minor hijack. I'll take note of the Yankees dynasty if you take note of the Brooklyn Bridge.
     

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The Samsung Captivate release date was July 2010. Features and Specs include a 4.0" inch screen, 5MP camera, 512GB RAM, Hummingbird processor, and 1500mAh battery.

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