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Android Device Backup

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  1. 1nf3rn0x

    1nf3rn0x

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    I wasn't sure where to put this :laugh:

    Basically today I'm going to pick up my One x and I have lots of important messages currently stored on my current device. I'm wondering if Titanium Backup Pro can backup messages and then restore them on different devices?

    I'm going to root my S2 now with:
    http://www.technoxide.com/2012/11/root-galaxy-s2-4.0.4-xwlpw.html

    and then could someone provide me a correct link to root my one x to then restore the messages if possible?
     
  2. abc619 New Member

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    In my experience titanium does have the ability to backup SMS messages, just have it do a full backup.

    As for rooting your phone, just look under the "rooting your device" section. This thread also has a plethora of other info you may want to check out for your HTC One X: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1832891
     
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    newtekie1 Semi-Retired Folder

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    When I went from my Droid X to my Razr Maxx I just used SMS Backup+ to backup everything to my Gmail account, and restored from there. I use it all the time to keep a backup of all my messages in my gmail account. Plus I like that I can just go into my gmail account and look up messages too if I need to, or print them.
     
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    yep i run sms backup, then you can move it somewhere then reflash it and restore your previous messages back
     
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    stinger608 Dedicated TPU Cruncher & Folder

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    If your going to root your Galaxy s2, don't mess with odd ball sites man. Go straight to the sight that has awesome developers.

    XDA Developers.
     
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