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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Valkerie, Feb 8, 2011.

  1. Valkerie

    Valkerie Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    Soooo I finally broke down and bought my first paid app. Titanium Backup is well worth it. I "My Backup Root" for a one click solution to backup and restore and the restores always had errors and FCs up the wazoo. I ended up having to restore with Ti anyway, so I broke down and bought it. Ti is way faster than My Backup Root, and it WORKS properly.

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  2. tucknast10

    tucknast10 Newbie

    titanium has a free version....
  3. Valkerie

    Valkerie Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    They do have a free version and I've been using it for months. I got tired of having to tap the screen for 30 minutes while it did its thing so I went searching for a free 1-click solution.
  4. motorsport226

    motorsport226 Android Enthusiast

    You can also just copy the apk's from system/app and data/app and put them in their own folder.
  5. swc2001

    swc2001 Android Expert

    Are you saying that the Paid version of Titanium Backup has a setting where you hit the button 1 time and it installs everything?
    In other words you wouldnt have to keep hitting Install done... Install done.... etc etc?
    If so I will buy that. :D
  6. PuNN-

    PuNN- Newbie

    Yes, that option is in the pro version.
  7. motorsport226

    motorsport226 Android Enthusiast

    Yeah, pro has a one click batch restore. Just hit it and let it rip, just like when you make your backups.
  8. swc2001

    swc2001 Android Expert

    I am so buying that.
  9. DoctorZaius68

    DoctorZaius68 Well-Known Member

    The paid version also has a feature that allows you to 1 click clean up your dalvik cache...I ended up gaining 10mb of storage by doing that.
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  10. swc2001

    swc2001 Android Expert

    Thanks Bro
    I bought it yesterday.
    I cant wait to test drive it.
  11. dautley

    dautley Android Expert

    Another good feature of TB is the "integrate updates of system apps into ROM" feature. so you can take updates of the market, maps, or facebook or any other programs that came built into the Rom and integrate newer versions into your ROM instead of wasting more RAM for them. You can also create an update.zip of TB itself and flash it into ROM if you want.
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  12. swc2001

    swc2001 Android Expert

    Hmmm sounds interesting.... I may enlist you for more info on this latter.
    Thanks for the input.
  13. dcooterfrog

    dcooterfrog Well-Known Member

    You can also use it to move apps to the sd card in batch
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  14. gb4fan

    gb4fan Well-Known Member

    bought it just for that reason. now to try and find how/where to do this:mad:

    Dah, just found it and cleaned up 36mb!!! Totally worth the money!!!!!
  15. swc2001

    swc2001 Android Expert

    Yeah its great isnt it.
    I think the fact that it has 1 click restore features is worth the price of admission. :D

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