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There are multiple ways you can achieve this: On the device Start Helium pick any "dummy app" to create a backup from Exit Helium Check where it placed the backup files, and which files those are (a backup consists of multiple files) Copy your backup files to that location Check if for each app there are all the files you've checked above1 Start Helium ...


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No, there is no built-in way to sync apps between devices. Google Play backups are generally only accessed when restoring apps onto a new device (or one that was factory reset). If you have root on the devices, you can manually sync app data. You could copy the data folder for each app manually. Or you could use Titanium Backup or any other backup app to do ...


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So from what I understand, you managed to back up and restore the ROM itself (system partition) but not the apps. Basically I'd recommend: Backing up the ROM with the backup option on recovery. I don't remember if it means your apps will be backed up as well but I think it does. You can use Titanium backup or Hellium to back up your apps. The backups will ...


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A whole system image backup is not possible without root access. If you have root access, this can be achieved via nandroid. However, if you create a full image, reset the device, and restore the image – you've just spent a lot of time for nothing, as Nandroid makes full file system images. So this makes more sense when creating a backup while the device is ...


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Dropbox backup lacked the folders for each app somehow, and thus was not recognized when I tried to copy it to the new phone. I instead made a backup to SD card and transferred it to the new phone to restore. Seems to be working thus far.



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