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  1. Eazail70x7

    Eazail70x7 Android Expert
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    I am rooted and want to back up all my apps + all my data. Does anyone know how I can do this? I tried titanium but I am having trouble getting my apps to show up on the list...
     

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    You can use the recovery backup features for data and system files.

    Protected apps are in a different folder. I think the folder is called app-protected
     
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    Could you walk me through step by step how to do that? (If you don't mind)

    I did do a backup of my system and data in recovery mode but the file in my sd card is 0kb. I have no idea if my back up of those worked or not. It did say complete after I did it.

    But still I need help, and thanks for any...
     
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    try appmanager in the market
     
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    Doesn't work with the protected files:(
     

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