[ROOT] Help on OS X

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    Never mind found out I had to hit the "problem?" button.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dude Random21 View Post
    Never mind found out I had to hit the "problem?" button.
    I was gonna suggest that, but couldn't log in for the last hour, for some reason...

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    Oh well that is very strange indeed well in any case glad it's working again.

    Now I know I am probably getting on your nerves with all my questions but I have one more and that is, how does titanium backup work because I know that batch is where you have every thing backed up on a daily bases I set how often I want it done in the preferences and well how do I get everything to backup and restore and such sorry but I really don't understand how the app works.

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    I guess you have a lot of options with Titanium...

    My use is pretty simplistic, in that I just use it as a just-in-case tool. Fisrtly, I keep a copy of the Titanium apk on my SD card, which it's the first thing I install on a new ROM. I always make sure there is a file explorer in the ROM, but lately I've made a flashable zip that includes a file manager and Titanium. That way, as soon as I flash a ROM, I can install Titanium, and then restore my backups.

    As far as making backups, I usually use it just before I flash something, our start trying something new. I also make backups if I have made a lot of changes, or haven't made a backup in a while...

    Anyway, I just use batch and delete ask previous backups (very last option). Then I use batch and backup all apps and data (usually the option that lists the most apps). To restore, I use batch and restore all apps and system data (2nd blue option).

    When I install a new ROM, I've started to always wipe, because it doesn't take long, and sometimes helps prevent minor hiccups).

    I'll use ROM Manager to backup my ROM, just before I flash a new one...

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    Ok thanks allot for all your help you have no idea how much I appreciate it, thanks for everything.

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    No worries - I'm pretty sure you would've got there anyway! You seem to have a grasp of everything already! xD

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