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I have TitaniumBackup encrypting backup copies of app settings before uploading to Google Drive. In order to verify/restore applications I need to type my password.

I need to extract a backup outside of TB. The problem is that Linux won't read the encrypted .tar.gz file. AFAIK TB uses asymmetric cryptography, which I don't know being supported by Linux file managers (or Ark application).

The question is: how do I extract an encrypted Titanium backup in Linux?

merged by eldarerathis Jul 29 '14 at 14:45

This question was merged with How can I access data (such as WiFi keys) in an encrypted Titanium backup? because it is an exact duplicate of that question.