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    Default MyBackup Pro to Dropbox help

    Trying to move my apps/data from my gnex to my N4. I figured this would be a no-brainer. How do you upload the entire "mybackup" folder to dropbox? Says you cannot upload a folder. Uploading each apk and zip cannot be the way to do this lol. Any help or advice? At work so need to use the cloud.
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    Default Re: MyBackup Pro to Dropbox help

    You cannot upload backup from MyBackup Pro to Dropbox, MyBackup Pro offers an online backup storage space which you will need to pay for. I believe carbon backup gives users the option to backup to cloud services like DropBox & Box.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alc2077 View Post
    I believe carbon backup gives users the option to backup to cloud services like DropBox & Box.
    I can confirm this. I have Carbon backup and DropBox and it works like a charm.
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    TiBu also supports dropbox sync

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    Default Re: MyBackup Pro to Dropbox help

    U need to zip the folder. Then after you zip it u can send to db.
    Quote Originally Posted by ConTejas View Post
    Trying to move my apps/data from my gnex to my N4. I figured this would be a no-brainer. How do you upload the entire "mybackup" folder to dropbox? Says you cannot upload a folder. Uploading each apk and zip cannot be the way to do this lol. Any help or advice? At work so need to use the cloud.


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    Default Re: MyBackup Pro to Dropbox help

    Quote Originally Posted by alc2077 View Post
    You cannot upload backup from MyBackup Pro to Dropbox, MyBackup Pro offers an online backup storage space which you will need to pay for. I believe carbon backup gives users the option to backup to cloud services like DropBox & Box.


    No, but you sure can upload the data from the backup.
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    Default Re: MyBackup Pro to Dropbox help

    YOU CAN UPLOAD THE FILE TO DROPBOX. YOU NEED TO ZIP THE FILE FIRST THEN TRANSFER TO DROPBOX. OR TRANSFER FILE TO COMPUTER.
    Quote Originally Posted by flywithlloyd View Post
    No, but you sure can upload the data from the backup.


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