Titanium Backup 6.1.0: Android 4.3 Support & Bugfixes

The new version of Titanium Backup in the Google Play Store has finally the support for the new Android 4.3 version and integrates such features like scheduled job power conditions, data exclusion for media storage, and the new version of Titanium Backup also fixes the support for Android 1.5, which was broken in the last Titanium Backup 6.0.5.1.

When Google has released the latest Android version 4.3 Jelly Bean some days ago together with the second generation of the ASUS / Google Nexus 7 tablet and such an interesting small thing as the Chromecast dingle, Google’s AirPlay competitor for just $ 35, some users have certainly gain root access on their devices after the upgrade to Android 4.3 by using the SuperSU tool from Chainfire.

The second step might have been by some users to try to restore their previously installed Apps in the new Android version by using the already well-known Titanium Backup App from the Google Play Store.

However, this did not work before the release of the latest version of Titanium Backup and the list of the backups of the Apps under Titanium Backup just showed a blank screen in the previous version under Android 4.3.

The restore of the backup of Apps under Titanium Backup is now working after the installation of the new update of Titanium Backup, which has been pushed to the Google Play Store. The latest version of Titanium Backup features the initial support for Android 4.3 Jelly Bean as well as several bug fixes such as the fixed support for Android 1.5, which was broken in the last Titanium Backup 6.0.5.1 version. Further compatibility for Android 4.3 on all devices will sure come soon in subsequent updates of Titanium Backup in the Play Store of Google.

Along with the integration of the support of Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, also some further features have been merged into the new Titanium Backup version in the Play Store. The user is now able to specify the power conditions on scheduled jobs under Titanium Backup and as stated, beside the initial support for Android 4.3 Jelly Bean also the option of data exclusion for the Media Storage such as the cache of the gallery has been added and this option of Titanium Backup is enabled by default after the upgrade or installation of the latest Titanium Backup version in the Google Play Store.

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The issue with the option to convert user apps to system apps under Android 4.2+ has been fixed and thus, all converted Apps should work. Previously, some converted Android Apps failed to work due to the bug in Titanium Backup under Android 4.2+.

Also an issue with the XML call log restore has been fixed in the new Titanium Backup version in the Play Store by Google. The issued has caused the problem that the names weren’t getting restored on some platforms such as the HTC One. Finally, also some translations / localisations have been updated in the new Titanium Backup version.

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