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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by New Rising, Oct 4, 2012.

  1. New Rising

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    Is there a way to reset all the back ups i have and start fresh again? I accidentally backed up a bunch of apps i didn't mean to and want to start over again.
     

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    Yeah, just use the delete all backups option in your scenarios, it's the last item on the list. It's made to sound spooky ("use caution") but as long as you have a booting phone and you turn around and make backups of your current apps...the ones you actually want to be dealing with...directly afterward, it's really not a big deal.
     
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    Also you can go under your storage location and delete them manually. Open your storage location with a file explorer like estrongs or astro, and delete the individual files.

    For example my backups are located under:
    / sd card / Titanium Backup

    Yours may be located elsewhere depending if the phone uses internal storage or external ad card. :)
     
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