Titanium Backup Question

cordoni

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Just go to "batch>delete backups for uninstalled apps" Then go "batch>backup new apps and newer versions"

Done.

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That is just for apps, I don't want. I'm looking to delete the actual backup of everything. For example, If I back up everything every Monday. I want to delete lets say two Mondays ago.
 

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How do I backup/restore just text messages?


Load up Titanium Backup and look in the Backup/Restore list.

[SMS/MMS PREFS] Messaging 2.2.1] I believe that is the correct file to backup.

Otherwise you can always use MyBackup, that is even easier to use for backup/restores no searching threw to find the right file like on Titanium.
 

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Load up Titanium Backup and look in the Backup/Restore list.

[SMS/MMS PREFS] Messaging 2.2.1] I believe that is the correct file to backup.

Otherwise you can always use MyBackup, that is even easier to use for backup/restores no searching threw to find the right file like on Titanium.

It's possible it might also be "accounts." I've done this like 12-20 times and accounts seems to make it work. you also have to reboot once or twice for the sms history to show up again.
 

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That is just for apps, I don't want. I'm looking to delete the actual backup of everything. For example, If I back up everything every Monday. I want to delete lets say two Mondays ago.

first: Batch --> RUN: Delete all backups (CAUTION)
second: Batch --> RUN: Backup all user apps + system data

so what that does it delete everything prior and then backs up whatever is current
 

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