Migrating to a new ROM : Backup and Restore your Full Applications and Data

September 18, 2011 at 11:29 AM Leave a comment

Some of you might be keeping away from installing custom ROMs because of the fear of loosing all your programs and data settings..

Here i’ll guide you through the process of backing up and restoring all your data and programs easily onto a new ROM.

You’ll need ROOT acces first.

Using Titanium Back Up :

Install Titanium BackUP from market..(No need of pro version)

Advantage of titanium backup is that it can zip your backups and is faster.

Open Titanium back up and select the second tab “Backup/Restore”


Click menu button and choose “Batch”


Then click the highlighted item “RUN Backup all user apps +system data”


Next click on “Run the batch operation”


After the job is finished you can flash your new ROM.And when you are back in the new ROM again install titanium backup and then choose Backup/Restore.

Click “RUN Restore missing apps +all system data”, and then “”Run the batch operation”


And thats it.Reboot & you are free to go.You’ll have all your progs  and data restored. 🙂

Using My BackUp :

An advantage of mybackup is that you have an option to view your data (calls, contacts,sms & bookmarks) and export them to html

Install Rerware My BackUP free version  from market..

Open MyBackup, choose “BACKUP”

First Click “Data”

Choose Local/sdcard

Select all and click OK

Now again choose BACKUP. Click Applications & Media

Tick only “Apps”. No need of photos.and then click OK.

Now select all applications and click next. On the next prompt choose

Proceed with backup as you did for data previously.

To RESTORE All those simply get into Mybackup from your new ROM and then choose RESTORE, Choose DATA, then again choose Applications & Media,Select APKs+DATA..
Reboot.. Enjoy..!


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