So my AT&T Galaxy S4 is rooted (4.2.2, 1337UCUAMF3) and when I first rooted, my phone started getting unstable, went into a boot loop after I froze some bloatware using TB, and I had to do a wipe. All my apps reinstalled themselves since I'd been using Google Sync, but although I thought I'd been backing up to DropBox, none of my settings were there, bookmarks gone, my wallpaper gone, even some updated contacts gone. Luckily, photos, music, videos, etc. were backed up to my external SD card so no worries there. Here's the thing - if I have to do another factory reset, I really don't want to go through rebuilding all of my settings, my WiFi settings, Bluetooth, etc. I've been backing up to DropBox and my external SD card using TB, Backup Pro and Nandroid Manager, although when I try to "explore" my NM backups, it says save location unknown, backup type unknown, everything unknown! Makes me very nervous. What's going on? It can't seem to find any of the backups. Should I just uninstall NM Pro and stick with TB and Backup Pro? (I know, I paid way more than I should have.) Also, would there be a benefit to flashing a new ROM? Would having a ROM like Cyanogenmod help backup all of my settings, I mean everything I have on my phone? I'm not concerned about system data, just my personalizations. I'm not even sure what recovery I have installed, I think its TWRP (???). Not sure what that does for me, but supposedly it was installed when I rooted my phone using the casual root method from the xda forums. Speaking of ROM, I know I have a lot of redundant apps there as well: ROM Toolbox Pro, ROM Manager, ROM Installer, CyanogenROM Downloader, etc. Which can I uninstall? Thanks much!