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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by KillerQ97, Feb 19, 2011.

  1. KillerQ97

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    Hey all,

    Ok, I have a stock Epic 4G that I have rooted. I'm (obviously) looking forward to the update on the 21st. I plan on it wiping my apps. Even if it didn't, I would like to create a backup, archive, or even just a decent list of all of the apps I have.

    I have tried appbrain, but I don't feel like it backs everything up properly.... not sure why.

    I have titanium, but none of the apps offer a market link to download. I looked, and all of the apps have the warning triangle by them - no market link icon.

    Do any of these programs actually physically back the app up, or does it just document the app, and then allow you to re-download at a later time?


    There are many posts on this, but they all seem quite convoluted.


    Thanks in advance,

    Matt!
     

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    Titanium backs up the entire app. I've used it dozens of times on different phones and between different roms and it has always backed up everything. the only issue I ever had was a bug that won't allow LauncherPro to restore from a internal backup if the app is first restored by Titanium. Deleting LauncherPro and reinstalling fixed the issue.
     

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