Here is a Fast and Efficient Method to Backup and Store Your Apps

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  • 22 Jan 2013
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  • Many developers for the Android platform are oriented towards providing fast and clean ways to save your important data. Most of the users of this platform often install custom ROMs and need methods to restore their device to the way it was before a Factory Reset or the flashing of some mod.

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    Carbon by developer  is not yet available on the Play Store. The app is still in Beta and provided for testing and reporting purposes. Upon testing Carbon I found it to work just the way it is intended and did not experience any problems with it. Carbon is developed to provide a fast and highly efficient method to backup and restore your apps. It provides a clean and modern UI you will most certainly find attractive.

    A backup option is not complete without a way to store the files. Here Carbon manages to succeed in offering the options to store your backups on your PC or to the cloud. It provides the means to store  your files from either Google Drive or Dropbox and you can log-in with your Google account to have your data synced. The interface lets you backup just the apps you want or all of then with a touch of a button. It is fast and works just as expected.

    Carbon_Beta

    As it is not available on the Store yet, you can download the Carbon Beta version from the manufacturer provided link.

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