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For those of you who are installing new ROMs, you will certainly want to learn to use Titanium Backup app to backup and restore your apps.
So when you install a new ROM, you can easily restore all your apps without manually installing them from the Market.
Before we begin, you will need a rooted Galaxy Note.
Step 1. Download Titanium Backup app from the Market and open the app.
Step 2. Choose “Schedules” and hit “RUN” to backup all your apps. This will backup all your non-system apps plus its data. So if you’ve beat all levels on AngryBirds game app, this will backup your standings on the game.
You can also schedule to backup your apps here but I simply run it when I need to backup my apps.
Where do the backups go?
The backed-up apps get stored in your internal storage or sdcard under TitaniumBackup folder. You can also copy this folder to your harddisk or move it to another Android device for restoring.
Step 3. When you install a new ROM, you can re-install Titanium Backup app. Then hit the Menu button->Batch.
Step 4. Scroll down to the Restore options and you will see there’s a bunch of different options for restore. Usually, you can use “Restore missing apps with data” option to restore all your apps.
By using Titanium Backup app, you will be able to easily backup/restore all your apps while trying out different ROMs.
Also, you can get the Pro version, which allows you to restore all apps without hitting the Install button, highly recommended for those of you who tend to install a lot of apps and ROMs.Need Help? Follow/add me on Google+, Facebook, or Twitter!
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