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    How to Backup and Restore with Titanium Backup an Android device

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    How to do the Backup and Restore with Titanium Backup of an Android device. This is definitely the best solution when we have to do the full backup of applications and data on our Android phone or tablet. This should actually be done within the Android system, but Google and most OEMs have yet to create software that does this job properly.


    Titanium Backup does this great job without requiring root access. Backup and Restore with Titanium Backup of an Android device it can be useful before and after performing a factory reset or if you wish transfer the data to a new Android device.



    It is important to always have the backup important data of your Android phone or tablet for security. This must also be done before installing a ROM or mods. For this reason, we are writing about how to do the data backup and how to restore it to android.

    This is usually done if you change ROMs or need to do a factory reset for some reason. Titanium Backup is a free application, with very powerful features, which allows you to backup your data and your applications.


    If you want to work with this application without advertising and with extra features, choose the paid version. Or if you don't care to watch commercials, use the free app like us and millions of other users do.

    How to backup a single application

    1. Open Titanium Backup and give it root permissions if required.
    2. Tap on Backup / Restore on the top of the app.
    3. Tap any application you want to Backup.
    4. Select Backup!
    5. Wait for the application to complete the backup.
    6. When the backup is complete, the dialog will disappear and you will be notified.

    You have performed the backup of a single application.



    How to backup multiple applications

    1. Open Titanium Backup and give it root permissions if required.
    2. Tap the icon that looks like a page with a check mark at the top right.
    3. Tap on Run next to Back up all apps + system data.
    4. Use the buttons and check boxes to select the applications to be backed up. Notes: It is best not to do the backup or restore applications in red when changing ROM. This could cause the phone crash.
    5. Tap the check mark in the upper right corner.
    6. Wait for the application backup to finish.
    7. You will receive a notification confirming the operation.

    With this little tutorial we have seen how to backup multiple applications.


    How to restore a backup with Titanium Backup

    1. Launch the Titanium Backup application.
    2. Tap on Backup / Restore on the top tab.
    3. Make sure you have a backup created for the application (s) you wish to restore.
    4. Tap on the icon at the top right of the screen.
    5. Scroll down to the restore / restore section.
    6. Decide whether you want to restore only applications with data, system data, or both.
    7. Tap the Run button next to the option you have chosen.
    8. Choose the applications you want to restore by placing a check mark next to them.
    9. Tap the green check mark at the top right of the screen.
    10. Wait for Titanium Backup to complete the restore process.

    Have you finished. In this tutorial we have seen how to do the backup and restore your Android device. There is a handy Select All button if you want to backup everything, or you can choose from the list and select the applications you want to restore.



    Once you have put a check mark next to the applications you want to restore, simply tap the green check mark at the top right of the screen. The amount of time this process takes will depend on how many applications you have chosen and the amount of data for each application.

    If you have any problems with this tutorial please let me know in the comments. If you liked the article, please share it thanks.


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