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MyBackup Root for Android
XDA member rogcontact presents MyBackup for your Android device. This application will work only on rooted devices and will let you do a back up and restore of your entire device on a very simple way. You can Backup with schedule option to an on line secure server or SD card, your apps, calendar, system settings, contacts, call logs, browser bookmarks, SMS, MMS, home screens, alarms, dictionary, music play lists, and almost anything you can think of. Also, you can restore your backups on a new phone or the same one after installing a new ROM.
Get it for free on the market.
Originally posted by rogcontact
MyBackup Root released for FREE on the Android Market
I am the product manager of the MyBackup product line at RerWare, LLC.
To let you guys know, we have just released “MyBackup Root”, which is a FREE download from the Android Market. It is for root phones only, and it will BATCH BACKUP AND RESTORE all applications, including the Data\Settings and Market Links! You are also allowed to schedule backups. All FREE.
We want to support the Root community, so we have made this a Free application, please help us spread the word!
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