How to Backup/Restore Apps Using Titanium Backup App on Rooted Droid Razr!

If for some reason, you would like to install a new ROM on your Droid Razr or perhaps move to another Android phone or even get another Razr for warranty, you can backup all your apps and restore them on a rooted Droid Razr.

This is a great way to have your apps always handy, ready to be restored anywhere.

Step 1. Install Titanium Backup app on the Market.

Step 2. Open up Titanium Backup app.

Step 3. Select “Schedules” and hit “Run” under Backup all new apps & newer versions.

This will backup all your non-system apps with data.

Step 4. Copy the TitaniumBackup folder in your internal storage to your hard disk then copy it over to your new phone if you are going to restore apps on a new phone.  Otherwise skip this step if you are installing new ROM.

Step 5. You can restore by re-installing Titanium Backup on a new ROM or phone.  Then select Menu button, “Batch”, and scroll down to “Restore”.

Step 6. Select “Restore missing apps with data” to restore your apps.

That’s it!

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13 Responses to How to Backup/Restore Apps Using Titanium Backup App on Rooted Droid Razr!

  1. Gene says:

    Just found your site and was excited to root my razr maxx. I got everything set up and then the phone wants a system s/w update, I’m now upgraded to 6.12.181. Will all the steps for rooting and back-up, etc.still work as described? Looking forward to explorering your site for more goodies. Thanks.

  2. Alex says:

    I installed the eclipse ROM and have redownloaded Titanium Backup. However, when hit “menu” with TB, I don’t see any batch option at all. Please help!

  3. Dan says:

    Kinda relevant to titanium backup, but how do you feel about the ROM toolbox pro for razr? I’m thinking about getting this only because of the utility that the app would add, though I’m not sure if I’d use the pre-selected ROMs it has available.

    That being said, if I were to upload a new ROM apart from the pre-loaded ROMs that the app comes with, would I have to re-install ROM toolbox just like I would titanium after the new ROM is flashed? BTW, thanks for this site and all the tools you’ve been able to provide. It’s nice to have a site devoted to razr (and not a bunch of samsung related mods).

  4. Jeremy says:

    I backed up my apps, but when I browse my phone from my computer to copy the Titanium Folder to computer it doesn’t show up. Where do I find the folder?

  5. backup says:

    What a data of un-ambiguity and preserveness of precious knowledge concerning unpredicted emotions.

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