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  1. Oridus

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    I've looked for a guide on how to use TB, to no avail.

    Can anybody give me a quick run through? It came with OMJ's 2.1 rom and i'm going to be flashing cal's and the fresh roms over the next two days, just to see how they differ, and would like to bring all my app and app data with me (So i don't have to go through an hour of setup again). Thanks in advance.
     

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    i have this same question. i dotn really get how to recover using TB
     
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    Anybody?
     
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    agree! this would be helpful for many of us :)
     
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    How to make your first backup:
    Verify that Titanium Backup has started without warning and that your busybox is OK
    Click the Backup/Restore tab
    Click Menu (the button), Batch
    Click "Backup all user apps"
    Let it run, then go back
    Individually backup the system data you want. That is most green-colored items. This will be bookmarks, call log, calendar, launcher, WiFi, etc.
    Now your backups are in the "TitaniumBackup" directory on your SD card.

    How to restore your backups after installing a ROM (if you wiped your phone):
    Download Titanium Backup from Market
    Click the Backup/Restore tab
    Click Menu (the button), Batch
    Click "Restore all missing apps + system data
    Reboot your phone
    It's done ! The only thing you may have to adjust is usually your wallpaper/widgets.

    - Thanks seanowns / xda-developers
     
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    Thanks !!!
     
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    I figured out I have a LOT of crap on my phone that I didn't need to restore.. Time for some winter cleaning.
     
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