How to Set Up a Fully Automated App and Settings Backup on Android

Lifehacker: "In an ideal world, your Android's apps, their settings, and your system settings would automatically back up to the cloud so that if you lost your phone, bought a new one, or installed a new custom ROM, setting up a fresh device with everything in place would be a piece of cake. The good news: This utopian Android backup actually is possible. Here's how to set it up."

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fatstarr2617d ago

Nice guide.
*stickied* for if I ever root my phone.

Syko2617d ago

Do it...It opens up a magical and faster world to you =).

fatstarr2617d ago

im really scared to try, like do i loose my warranty's and things? you have any guides or faQ's on how to do it?

Syko2617d ago (Edited 2617d ago )

This is your Bible: http://forum.xda-developers...

Find your phone and there will be guides upon guides on how to do it with your phone. Rooting is the easy part. It is installing your first custom rom that is a bit nerve racking...But once you do it the first time you will wonder why it took you so long to make your phone 2-3x as fast as it was.

Just read and read up some more and then follow the step by step guides and you will be fine. My G1 was WAY harder to work with than my Galaxy S is...In fact to root my Galaxy S I just had to use the One click program and it literally did it in One click of the mouse.

Most newer phones can be un-rooted for warranty reasons too. Just read through and that topic will be covered at xda along with the rooting process most of the time.