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Same here, I've used Titanium backup to transfer my authenticator settings across 3 devices for multiple accounts and it has worked flawlessly. I only backed up the app's data though - usually install the authenticator app from the play store then restore the data using TiBu. So you could possibly explore the app's data path and backup those files.


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I use titanium backup a lot for when i switch roms (which is almost every week at the moment), and it works flawlessly with restoring the Google Authenticator. Never really looked into any other options though.


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You need to unlock your bootloader. You'll need to go to the HTC dev website and select your device in the menu on the right, and then follow the instructions it gives you. (Note that this might void your warranty)


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Ability to restore deleted entries really varies from each calendar. Assuming you made your entries to Google Calendar and didn't sync it to the cloud, then no it's not possible to restore it.


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I've got 'avg antivirus' installed.I just backup files from it and they get stored as apks.


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I have recently started trying to teach myself how to (properly) use Tasker so thought this could be a nice little project to try. Harder than I thought. I couldn't manage to do exactly what you want and it is a pretty crude method but I will continue anyway. I thought if I put it out there, someone with more experience with Tasker may be able to improve ...


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A very easy way is ES File Explorer from Google Play Store. You can browse to your /system/app folder (for system apps) /data/app folder (for user apps; requires root to be accessed) and copy them to your /sdcard (or anywhere else). Copying multiple files with ES File Explorer is very easy. Just long hold one of the files, then put check marks on all ...


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There are several apps specialized on this topic. The probably best known is AppMonster, which I use (in the Pro version) for years now, very reliable (and very active dev). For alternatives and more details, please take a look at: Are APK files saved on my device when I install from the Play Store? IzzyOnDroid App Lists: Backups: Backup Apps


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Try Go backup and Restore app from playstore https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jiubang.go.backup.ex&hl=en


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Then back up your app data after that go to Settings->Application->->Clear data(Clear the app data). After that you can able to get the apk for the selected application with the use of APK Share/Send application.


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Yeah, you can use Apk Share/Send Pro application to get the backup of application as a apk file


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Just delete them from the Gallery. I don't think there is a built-in function to do this.


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You can use Samsung's Kies program. The link below describes some details of the program. It includes backup of calendar as well as most other content of your device. What can I backup and recover from my device using Kies


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I found out that there was a bug in the Samsung OS that corrupted the desktop backup password. One day, my phone bootlooped and, after a reset, I could backup fine with no backup password set.


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You can! You just need to backup your data! Which phone are using? brand? In sony there is a app called backup and restore, by backing up your data you can get back your data incase if you lose it!! I think there is a way not losing data while rooting your phone.



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