Titanium Backup to SD does not work

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  1. hsedidin

    hsedidin Member

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    I purchased the full version.

    I configured the app to backup to my SD card but it keeps backing up to my internal storage. I am getting out of space warnings.

    Anyone know how to resolve this issue?

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    Try
    sdcard2\TitaniumBackup
    in settings under backup folder name

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    Are you sure you are not getting out of space warnings because of too many installed apps as my backups go to internal sdcard not installed storage space.
    I don't think a titanium backup would fit in app storage area.

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    To backup apps to sdcard requires android 2.2 or special programs and formating of the sdcard to work. That is why many of us need the android 2.2 update! I have also paid for titanium backup and found the same issue.

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    Was there a disclaimer about this issue when purchasing?
     
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    its called backup not titanium install to sd
    But if there is a app u don't use every day you can back it up uninstall then just reinstall from the back up(should only take a few sec)
     
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    That's the way I use it. It is one of the best apps I have purchased!

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    titanium backup should back up apps to the sdcard no problem but if you are talking forcing apps to run off the sdcard with titanium backup then that is a different story. But if you just want to back up your apps and titanium back up isnt working then try app manager by amazing droid it works great and does even require root
     
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    I have the free version and got it to save to sdcard with this path ../sdcard2/TitaniumBackup
    Hope this helps.
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    You can also use titanium to get free Apps from the market but I am not giving the steps to do that
     
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    LAME

    Apps are cheep enough reward people who spent the time to write them.

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    I just want to backup to my SD card only. Not to the internal storage.
     
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    I tried setting the above path. Overview shows:

    External Storage: /sdcard
    Backup Directory: not availalble
     
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    I installed app manager by amazing droid but I get a "has stopped unexpectedly" error when running it.
    Any ideas how to resolve this issue?

    Thanks,

    Howard
     
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    Just throwing this out as a wild guess, but did you create the TitaniumBackup directory on the ext SD card prior to attempting to set the path? Also, have you tried a different SD card just to eliminate the possibility of a bad card or micro slot?

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