General :: Restoring Titanium Backups On Different Platform?

Jun 6, 2012

I just bought a tablet, and want to restore a few apps to it (I can install them from the market, but it's the data I'm more interested in). Is this a no-no?

General :: Restoring titanium backups on different platform?


General :: Restoring Backups - Google Accounts And 2 Step Verification

Oct 6, 2012

I have a nandroid backup of my phone. I also have a tablet. Is it possible to advanced restore the data from my phone onto my tablet?

Story is : Phone broke with sim card.... Sent it off for repairs....

Forgetting I have two step verification for my Google account

Installed new ROM on tablet with full wipe andwithout nandroiding

I need to access my account without my phone and I don't have backup codes. So the idea was: to restore the google account information from the nandroid of the phone to the tablet.

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General :: How To Import Contacts From One Or More Nandroid Backups Without Restoring All Old Roms

Sep 2, 2012

Is there a way to import contacts from one or more Nandroid Backups without restoring all old roms?

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General :: Clear Titanium Backup Backups

Oct 14, 2011

Is there an easy way to clear out the backups from Titanium Backup? I've restored my backups and gotten the apps I want to keep to the point I want them, but there's a ton of bloat that got backed up from the original install of my phone and I want to clear it out.

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General :: How To Restore Titanium Backups Without Root Access

Jun 9, 2012

is there any way to restore titanium backups without root access?

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General :: Does Titanium Backup Do Incremental Cloud Backups

Nov 22, 2012

I enabled TB to sync to Dropbox this morning and it's at 78% after about 3 hours. I'd like to sync to the cloud regularly, but I can't afford half a day to do so. If after the initial backup will it only upload changes or does it upload all the backed up files each time?

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General :: Titanium Backup And Dropbox / Can Delete Backups On SD Card Now

Dec 24, 2012

I'd like to only use dropbox for my backups to save space on my nexus 4. how can i go about deleting my local backups yet still keeping my cloud ones and not having them erased my next sync?

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General :: Restoring SMS Via Titanium Backup

Feb 29, 2012

I had samsung galaxy mini with android 2.3.4 now i have xperia x8 with android 2.3.7 and CM7

I had backed up my sms now when i restore it, nothing restores, why?

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HTC Eris :: Restoring Nandroid Backups

Jul 10, 2010

I have a question about restoring nandroid backups. I have quite a few ROMs saved as backups, for switching if I want to try something else. I have White Widow 4.4 installed right now, and am apparently stuck with it since when trying to roll back to Aloysius or anything else. When I go to restore a back up, after wiping dalvik/data, I get this error. Error : run 'nandroid-mobile.shrestore' via adb! What the heck are they talking about? I hope this isn't something simple and stupid, but I am out to sea right now with no access to my computer. Please assist! Thanks guys! Also, WW4.4 rules.

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General :: Restoring From Titanium Backup Breaks Some GCM Push Notifications

Nov 9, 2013

why restoring an app+data from Titanium Backup after a Factory Reset causes Push Messages (GCM I believe) to stop working. It seems fairly obvious that when restoring an app+app data from a previous installation, they get confused and the push messages aren't being delivered to the right place.

So far the only solution that I've found to the problem is to wipe the app's data, and restart from scratch.

I've done a lot of Google searching, and there have been a few things I've tried. This is my normal procedure I do when I upgrade/flash a new rom:

Code:
-Backup with Titanium Backup
-Backup with GO Backup
-Nandroid with TWRP
-Factory Reset
-Flash ROM
-Wipe Cache/Dalvik
-Boot
-Sign into Google Account
-Install Titanium Backup
-Restore previous Android ID
-Reboot
-Use Titanium Backup to restore Apps+AppData, as well as some system settings
-Reboot

At this point, some of my GCM push notifications don't work. The only way I can get them to work again is to wipe the app's data and start from scratch. I have tried the following things, none of which worked.

Code:

-Wiped the app data, restored the app data by itself again.

-Uninstalled the app, installed from Google Play, restored app data.

-Used Application Manager to disable notifications, then re-enabled.

-Went into the app's settings to disable notifications, then re-enabled.

-Cleared data on Google Services Framework

-Removed Google Account, cleared data on Google Services Framework, rebooted.

(This actually had an even worse side effect of re-breaking GCM push notifications for all of the apps I had fixed by hand) At this point I'm at a loss, I'm not sure what else to try. It kind of looks like the Google Account/GSF is related to GCM. I don't remember exactly, but I think I tried restoring the previous GSF App+Data on my most recent flash, and it still didn't work.

here's some lists of the affected/unaffected apps.

It DOES affect the following:

Code:
Accuweather
American Express
Bejeweled
CBS Sports
Chase
Facebook
Messenger (FB)
Reddit News
Waze
XDA app

It does NOT affect the following:

Code:
Gmail
Google Now
Hangouts
PushBullet
Yahoo! Mail

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General :: Automate Process For Restoring Apps / Data With Titanium Backup

Jan 26, 2012

So I backuped all my system data and apps with titanium backup and now installed different ROM, and when I try to restore missing apps and data it asks for approval for every single app I had installed. I need to press "install" and then "done" for each app, and not only that, if I don't want to install and press cancel it stops working and I need to go to task manager, kill titanium backup and do everything again.. How to make that process automatic?

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Android :: Titanium Now With Scheduled Backups

May 15, 2010

Just downloaded the latest version of Titanium off the market and it now offers scheduled backups (not sure if this is only for the paid version). There are also a handful of other new features that I haven't checked out yet. I am pretty excited about this and just wanted to give my rooted brothers and sisters a heads up

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HTC Incredible :: Delete Titanium Backups

Oct 25, 2010

Just wondering how to do this. I have way too much in there and want to start from scratch.

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HTC Incredible :: Titanium Not Restoring Sms / Mms

Sep 24, 2010

I rooted with Un revoked 3. I installed the Virtuous Rom 2.7 with Custom Kernel. I restored all apps from Titanium, but my MMS/SMS did not return. I had to restore from My Backup Pro. I would like to only keep one and use one Backup app. Is this normal for Titanium?

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HTC Incredible :: Options For Restoring From Titanium Or Clockwork

Sep 19, 2010

I've done all of the backups involved with gaining root for the first time (titanium and clockwork i guess?)

What are my options for restoring?

I would love to try other roms or other things requiring a wipe, but id hate to re-download all apps and change all settings all over again.

For my first wipe, i ended up downloading each app one by one. Im assuming there is a more convenient way?

Can i also restore phone settings if i want to?

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HTC Incredible :: Restoring With Titanium - Applications Installation

Aug 30, 2010

Do I really need to install these apps on my own one by one, or is there a way to make it install automatically? This is going to be a pain if I need to sit here and select Install then Done for each freakin app.

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General :: Way To Have Backups Made Manually And Scheduled Backups Displayed In Separate Lists

Dec 23, 2013

Is there a way to have backups made manually and scheduled backups displayed in separate lists? I would like to have my manual backups in a list(with max history) and backups scheduled weekly and daily in a different list with a different max backup history(3 for daily, 2 for weekly).

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Motorola Droid X :: Restoring Apps With Titanium Backup

Oct 14, 2010

So I did a batch backup with Titanium and when I went to restore on a new ROM I was trying (first time I'm trying this), when restoring all of the apps, it didn't do it automatically? Like I was reloading a bunch of apps, and it prompted me for EACH APP. Is there a way to just press restore on a batch I backed up, and it just puts everything on the phone that I selected? It took a long time sitting there and pressing ok after each app.

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Motorola Droid :: Restoring Data / Nandroid Vs Titanium Backup

Feb 23, 2010

I have a question regarding restoring data after flashing to a new ROM (Bugless Beast) via a nandroid backup. I know I have the update.zip option, but that seems to introduce issues for some that I want to avoid.Now, I know I have a few options. I can batch backup apps and data with Titanium Backup, then wipe, install the new build, and then restore via Titanium. Or, I can do a nandroid backup of my phone, wipe, install the new build, and then restore only the data partition of my first backup.My question is, are either of these methods any different from just using the update.zip version of BB? For example, when I upgraded from BB .7.8 to 1.0, I lost root and had to do a full wipe and I just manually reinstalled everything. Will doing the data partition restore or titanium backup restore result in the same issues?

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Android :: After Building Platform Source - How To Sign Arbitrary APK With Platform Key

Nov 22, 2010

As an experiment, I would like to use the platform key of my custom built Android platform to sign an arbitrary APK, that is built via the NDK. What is the process to go about doing this?

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General :: S4 - Set Up Cloud Services For Backups

Jun 27, 2013

I am currently using the aid version on my s4 and the only down side I have with this phone is that it doesn't have good memory. So I wanted to set up the cloud services for my back ups to save some space.

SCH-I545

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General :: How To Take Nandroid Backups On Device

Jan 29, 2012

How to take nandroid backups on devices that are not supported by ClockWorkMod Recovery?

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General :: Backups Text Messages (SMS)?

Feb 11, 2012

i'd like to know if is there an app the backups the text messages (sms) right after you receive them? i mean the sms arrives and immediatly the app backs it up.

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General :: TouchWiz Firmware - Previous Backups Were Gone?

Oct 3, 2013

I'm not sure what I must've done. But nevertheless my stock Touchwiz firmware from my Galaxy S3 is gone. I must've deleted it while doing a factory reset, because my play store was acting up.

I would like to flash back to stock Touchwiz on my phone but when I looked for it on ROM Manager and in recovery all my previous backups were gone. So I was wondering if there is a way to get my stock firmware back or maybe even retrieve it from my phone from someplace it could be hiding.

Some more info: I am running CyanogenMod 10.1.3 and rooted with clockwork mod. This is on my Samsung Galaxy S3. And I am with T-Mobile on a contract in the United States.

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General :: Multiple Nandroid Backups For Different ROMs Using CWM?

May 9, 2012

Can I make multiple nandroid backups for different ROMs using CWM ?

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General :: Save Backups For Cross Device?

Aug 9, 2013

I currently have the Gnex and I've spent soooooo much time setting it up to be exactly how I want it to be. I was just wondering if there was any way to save my cache and export it to another device or if cache backups are device specific

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General :: Nandroid Backups Obsolete After ROM Update?

Nov 13, 2012

4.2 of Jelly Bean update could be imminent for my Nexus 7, and I'm wondering about what and how to backup before the update. The question I think is a general android one though... which is why I'm posting it here.

This was going to be a question about factory reset... but reading other posts I think I now understand that factory reset just deletes data/cache, so I think any time you do that it's just gonna return the device to a clean ROM state without changing the ROM. (whatever flavour/version ROM is)

When a ROM update is applied (either official or manually flashed), I guess it wipes everything, is it like a disk format or something like that? I have installed CWM recovery and rooted my device, I think the update will unroot it, but will the CWM recovery still be loaded?

And then, what backup should I take before the update... I think a Titanium Backup is a must, I understand how that works. But a Nandroid backup too? Or is that more like taking a disk image, would that be useless to restore after the ROM has been updated? And if so, does that mean any old Nandroid backups should be discarded?

Once the new update to 4.2 is installed, is it advisable to take a Nandroid backup immediately, or better to download the stock 4.2 image and keeping it as a starting point? (does this amount to the same thing?) I guess this is where a factory reset would return it to stock (providing I haven't moved anything to the system apps)?

Or is it possible/better to use a Nandroid backup as a point in time image of everything that's been installed on the device after adding back all the apps etc? I guess that leads me to wonder if the Nandroid backup is needed at all if I'm going with the Titanium Backups...

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General :: Nandroid Backup Explorer For Backups Made With CWM 6+

Sep 24, 2012

Any nandroid backup explorer for backups made with CWM 6+? Neither App Extractor and Nandroid explorer works.

"I got my values. So you can keep yours, OK?"

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General :: Clockwork Mod Recovery - Backups No Longer Restored Properly?

Nov 11, 2011

I have a G2 rooted with the Desire Z HBOOT and clockworkmod recovery 5.0.2.7 and everything was working perfectly when randomly out of nowhere my backups no longer restored properly. It would either say md5 sum mismatch or it would restore and get stuck at HTC bootscreen. This happens with any rom i flash. I've tried wiping/factory reset/formatting sdcard/flashing older cwm/ and even removing and creating new md5 images. NOTHING works. This is important to me because I ususally flash back and forth between different roms and I like being able to back them up.

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General :: Xperia Arc - Recovery Mode Nandroid Backups (after Rooting / Flashing)

Jun 29, 2013

I flashed + rooted (strangely in that order, which means I must have rooted my phone ages ago.. and then locked my bootloader after flashing..?)...

I do have Rom manager installed... but I don't quite recall how I ended up flashing the stock rom onto the phone..
Anyways, as I did seem to reset my phone, I upgraded all the apk packs and I'm pretty happy with the speed upgrade + ext2 internal space expansion.

As I now want to create a nandroid backup, so I can always come back to my current status, when I want a clean reinstall..!

My main question is that as I seem to have skipped creating a CWM recovery... if I do so now, will I loose all my data and go back to the basic stock rom?

The problem I'm facing right now is that I'm unable to boot into the recovery mode using either "adb reboot recovery" or the power on + vol buttons / menu button. (which means that I don't have the recovery mode installed.....)

So.... will I loose my current upgrades + phone settings (reset into factory mode), if I flash the recovery mode?

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