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Free Droid Manager v4.8: Android File Backup and App Manager

Posted In Android, Mobile - By Techtiplib on Thursday, August 30th, 2012 With No Comments »

With Droid Manager v4.8 you can backup your files and apps easy way. To connect the phone to Windows, you need to install the app in your Android phone as well and then install the desktop app. Once you connect the phone to your desktop, it is automatically detected by the application.

What Does Droid Manager Do?

– Navigate through phone files.
– Copy from / to device.
– Search for files on the device.
– Change permissions.
– Install user & system apps (to install system apps your phone mus be rooted)
– Fix APK files title saved locally, view permissions and required SDK version.
– Get build.prop file from device, change it and save back to device.
– Create zip files, sign and push to device external storage.
– Execute Fastboot commands, mostly used commands are built-in (e.g flash partition, erase partition)
– Supports transferring files from / to device via wi-fi by using the Android App provided.
– Extract custom Rom and edit build.prop, replace system / user apps, edit / add init.d scripts, add / remove kernel.
– Change Boot Animation.
– Change default Ring Tones.
Export and sign output zip file.
– Create backup zip file that contains the system files to be effected by applying a theme or a mod. The zip file can be flashed via CWM.

– Just tell the program which theme you want to apply and the files will be backed up from the phone directly.

– Support for unpacking and repacking boot.img. (Check last two attachments in this post).
– Supports Creating / Restoring BackUp for user / system apps data. New! (check: Rom Manager -> Device Current Rom -> BackUp Tab)

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Get Droid Manager v4.8 for your Android here

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