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    Default ROM to ROM

    Ok so I updated to DL09 using Adrynalyn's Odin package. Rooted manually, de-binged, de-bloated, and set up with ADW and all the apps I want for now. I've tried a few kernels, but don't notice a difference really. I want to try some custom ROMs. What is my best method for backing up what I have so that I can (for lack of a better term) import my apps and settings into the new ROM? I assume Titanium Backup but am either over-thinking how the program works or don't understand it. Can someone post a tutorial or link to one if it is available, please?
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    Kevin Gossett's Avatar
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    GummyCharge 1.9.1


    Titanium backs up your apps and their data. When you load your new ROM, reinstall TiB, you restore the apps and their data. Pretty simple.

    Another method for restoring your apps is AppBrain. Links to the market, and just redownloads your apps, but won't restore app data
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    gunnermike53's Avatar

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    Gummy, AOKP


    Titanium backup has a batch restore that is pretty great, but that is only for the paid version. Don't forget Nandroid. Also, before you go and resetup your phone, make sure you try all available roms and themes. Find the best combo for you and then restore your apps.

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