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Old 08-29-2007, 12:44 PM
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Best back up program for 6800 and WM6?

I know this is a little more of a WM apps specific question than 6800 specific but I just wanted to know what backup programs others are using succesfully on their 6800
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I know this is a little more of a WM apps specific question than 6800 specific but I just wanted to know what backup programs others are using succesfully on their 6800
http://www.spritesoftware.com/store/...HMP-Banner-Ad1

this what i use and it works well!! you can do back ups from the phone or pc, do scheduled backups too, even to an ftp.
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I use SPB Backup and it works great on my 6800. Tried Sprite and it seemed to work OK, but some had a reset loop using it. However, a new version of Sprite has come out since then and might address that issue.

Either way, both SPB and Sprite are great backup apps.
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yeah i use the new version, never had softreset loops. infact i haven't had them since i upgraded to the new rom.
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Another Sprite Backup user here. The latest version is working great for scheduled backups. I have already used my backups on two seperate occasions after hard resets (note to self...be careful when experimenting with questionable hacks and unproven software )
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i use sunnysoft backup manager for 6700 and 6800 and it works flawless for me.
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I used to use Sprite, however; I ended up getting a ton of errors with it on my Mogul for some odd reason so it never worked for me. Top that off with it requiring you to do two soft resets is kind of annoying.

I love spb backup though. It only has to do one soft reset and it's very quick. Has all the same features (minus the desktop (you can copy it to there anyway) and ftp components I believe), looks nicer, and seems to work much better.

Before you purchase, try them out first! It was a pain getting a refund from Handango when I bought Sprite.
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One more for SPB I haven't had any issues.
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I used to use Sprite, however; I ended up getting a ton of errors with it on my Mogul for some odd reason so it never worked for me. Top that off with it requiring you to do two soft resets is kind of annoying.

I love spb backup though. It only has to do one soft reset and it's very quick. Has all the same features (minus the desktop (you can copy it to there anyway) and ftp components I believe), looks nicer, and seems to work much better.

Before you purchase, try them out first! It was a pain getting a refund from Handango when I bought Sprite.
SPB Backup is great... you can choose to backup to the network as well (just share a folder on your desktop and backup directly to it).

I also like the fact that it integrates nicely with the other SPB today apps so I can be sure that scheduled backups are running when they are supposed to.
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I use SPB Backup and haven't had any problems. The only thing I don't like about it is that scheduled backups won't run with Slide2Unlock enabled. I've heard some bad things about Sprite regarding crashing and compatibility, so I figured play it safe with SPB.
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