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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by quietmike, May 29, 2010.

  1. quietmike

    quietmike Newbie
    Thread Starter

    I need to install a backup program and was wondering what the favorites were and why. Thanks for all replies.
     


  2. Redflea

    Redflea Android Expert

    Titanium Backup for apps..backs up apps, data, and market connections

    Mt backup pro for sms, mms, bookmarks, and misc other stuff

    Both support scheduled backups...
     
  3. messenger13

    messenger13 Android Expert

    Ditto! Titanium Backup and MyBackup Pro are all you need. But I don't used the schedulers.
     
  4. gadzooks

    gadzooks Well-Known Member

    Smug rooters. :) Titanium Backup requires device be rooted. Its feature that I cover is application dara backup.

    Someday my root will come and in the meantime... some devs provide menu option to export configs/settings to SD card. This can be a great thing.

    I use ASTRO to back up applications themselves. On occasion, I want to keep multiple versions and I use SystemPanel for this.

    I use Sprite Backup, which I think is similar to My Backup Pro. You can store backups on SD card, internal storage, external server, & they've recently added DropBox integration, which I haven't played with yet.

    While both can be done with Sprite, I started with Call Log Backup & Restore and SMS B&R (same dev) and choose to continue using them.

    I was too chicken you-know-what to test any of the above but had to do a data wipe a while back, & all worked just as hoped.
     
  5. GorillaTheHutt

    GorillaTheHutt Well-Known Member

    i use Titanium backup for all those things you list as needing mt backup pro for...
     
  6. monsterenergy22

    monsterenergy22 Android Enthusiast

    Titanium Backup all the way, donate version is definitely worth it!
     
  7. Redflea

    Redflea Android Expert

    Yeah, I know, but I like how My Backup Pro handles it in the UI better...much better usability for backup and restore of that stuff for me...
     
  8. njKeever

    njKeever Well-Known Member

    +1
     
  9. quietmike

    quietmike Newbie
    Thread Starter

    So, for non rooted users My Backup Pro looks like the best option.
     
  10. messenger13

    messenger13 Android Expert

    Yep! Although, I've been experimenting and it appears for rooted folks, Titanium Backup does everything and there's no real need for MyBackup Pro anymore. (At least for me.) YMMV
     
  11. stmartin84

    stmartin84 Well-Known Member

    Is there a backup program for non-rooted users that will restore all your icons and layout on your home screen? I use backup pro, but it doesn't seem to do that. Any suggestions?

    How does the stock backup application for 2.2 work?
     

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