Orange Backup Banned in Europe (Certain Markets) by Orange Telecom

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  • 26 May 2013
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  • Among the different options that make Android the unique OS it is today, one refers to the different backup options available for rooted and non-rooted devices. Users can practically store safe copies of just about everything on their system, including SMS, apps and a lot more.


    Developer 2BOrange has managed to pull one of the best backup options available for Android devices. What seems to have come out of nowhere has turned into one of the best options of its kind, with the best support the developer has provided for the  different devices available. Still along the way they seem to have stumbled on a minor misfortune as Orange Telecom has banned the app on certain markets in Europe.

    With no relation to the carrier whatsoever, Orange Backup has to support the consequences of choosing a naming that could associate it with the popular provider. The developers have now been force to appeal to the community for straightening things out. Orange Back stands out as one of the best options of its kind, offering a great set of options and even cloud storage support. It can be downloaded from the Play Store.

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