My APKs PRO Backup Manage Apps was £1.09 now FREE on Play Store
317°Expired

My APKs PRO Backup Manage Apps was £1.09 now FREE on Play Store

20
Found 11th Oct
Sale ends TODAY...

My APKs Pro WORKS WITH KITKAT/LOLLIPOP+MICROSD AND DOES NOT REQUIRE ROOTED PHONE/TABLET



Before buying please try the free version on your device and ensure it fully works:
play.google.com/sto…pks


(apk = Android application)


My APKs Pro will make a backup of installed applications on your device, to restore them without an internet connection and avoiding appstore long search and download times. For your paid/protected/not backuppable apps My APKs Pro will generates special files usable for a manual restore (or even automated with My APKs Install, see end of page). My APKs Pro let you choose Google Play or Amazon Store for using in appstore operations.


Obviously, My APKs Pro incremental restore will provide you a simple way to reinstall, in one or more steps, your backupped apps after a full reset of your device.


Moreover, My APKs Pro easily shares apps with peoples or devices by email, bluetooth, wifi, skype and loads onto google drive, dropbox and others, doing de facto a cloud backup.


Another important ability of My APKs Pro is to generate basic and detailed report of installed applications with appstore links and information.


Last but not least, My APKs Pro autobackup service backups new or updated applications even without your intervention.


To conclude My APKs Pro is the complete management solution for your device apps, and still it is very light (about 550 kb) and not intrusive as it requires very few permissions to operate.


Please note My APKs Pro doesn't use root permissions therefore it cannot backup apps settings and data, it only backups the apk. For every question please write us, we will reply as soon as possible.


Main features:
★ Backup: save a copy of installed applications on the device
★ Verify: assures integrity of backup
★ Share: sends applications by email, bluetooth, wifi, skype and loads onto google drive, dropbox and others
★ Report: creates a basic or detailed list of the applications in HTML, PDF and TXT format
★ Restore: restores the apk previously backupped by user selection
★ Autobackup: the autobackup service will save new or updated applications without your intervention
★ Uninstall: removes the application from the device and keep in sync the backup
★ Manage: standard Android management of the application
★ and much much more...


Please LIKE on Facebook, +1 on Google Plus, write a review and spread My APKs Pro. Thank you.


Required permissions are for:
android.permission.WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE : storing backup and creating report
android.permission.WAKE_LOCK : avoid device to turn off during backup progress
android.permission.VIBRATE : system notifications
android.permission.WRITE_SECURE_SETTINGS : custom toast messages
android.permission.RECEIVE_BOOT_COMPLETED : autobackup service start at boot
com.android.vending.CHECK_LICENSE : license check


Follow us on:
★ Blogger droidiani.blogspot.com/
★ Facebook facebook.com/dro…ani
★ Google+ plus.google.com/105…971



My APKs Install easily restores your apps on all of your devices, even paid/protected ones and, if your device is rooted, without confirmation

Top comments

I've tried this app before. It's ok, but this one is a lot better:

play.google.com/sto…kup
Edited by: "No1_VIPER" 11th Oct
20 Comments

I've been contemplating restoring my s6 back to factory settings cos of RAM issues and i hope this helps with restoring my apps without loosing any of my saved data...

Muyhee6 m ago

I've been contemplating restoring my s6 back to factory settings cos of …I've been contemplating restoring my s6 back to factory settings cos of RAM issues and i hope this helps with restoring my apps without loosing any of my saved data...



Not likely - it does say it above, AND IN BOLD...

(pedantic note - there's only one "o" in losing...)
Edited by: "meherenow" 11th Oct

I've tried this app before. It's ok, but this one is a lot better:

play.google.com/sto…kup
Edited by: "No1_VIPER" 11th Oct

What's the point of this if it cannot backup app settings and data? Helium does all of that.

octopus1 h, 5 m ago

What's the point of this if it cannot backup app settings and data? Helium …What's the point of this if it cannot backup app settings and data? Helium does all of that.


In fact, Google itself does all that without the need for a 3rd party app. If you buy a new phone or factory reset your current, upon signing into Google, it asks if you want to install all your apps again (and lets you pick and choose in case there are ones you no longer use). Of course, this still doesn't back up app settings

You could back up your data partition prior to wipe. Probably require some ADB knowledge or perhaps root+twrp

jameswalker45714 m ago

You could back up your data partition prior to wipe. Probably require some …You could back up your data partition prior to wipe. Probably require some ADB knowledge or perhaps root+twrp


That's good only if you are restoring to the same device. I can't understand why Android doesn't have a dedicated app that doesn't require rooting to backup and restore data on another device.

Muyhee4 h, 19 m ago

I've been contemplating restoring my s6 back to factory settings cos of …I've been contemplating restoring my s6 back to factory settings cos of RAM issues and i hope this helps with restoring my apps without loosing any of my saved data...


Assuming you haven't got the google / samsung backup turned on (settings > backup and restore) you would be better off using Helium (as someone mentioned previously), a micro SD card and a PC.

Once you install the android app, enable USB debugging and connect the phone to your PC (i recommend the helium chrome plug in rather then the pc program which never connects for me), you can unplug and the rest should be plain sailing (ie do the rest of the backup solely on the android app). You can backup most of the apps app data on an external SD (cloud backup requires the full version), there will be just a few apps that won't allow a backup of the app data (helium will tell you which ones). You can even backup the apps themselves, saving you having to reinstall them

You may need to install an android adb driver on the PC though windows should pick it up itself when you connect your phone.
Edited by: "Maevoric" 11th Oct

Maevoric18 m ago

Really miss the ignore comment button, it might have been handy around …Really miss the ignore comment button, it might have been handy around 12:32


You can mute specific users - I found that out last week and suddenly I'm missing a lot of trolling comments!

I had major issues a few years ago the last time I used it. I'm much happier with TWRP installed but now that Chainfire is soon to stop maintaining SuperSu and Magisk is buggy as fook, rooting may end up not being an option in the not too distant future.

woldranger16 m ago

You can mute specific users - I found that out last week and suddenly I'm …You can mute specific users - I found that out last week and suddenly I'm missing a lot of trolling comments! I had major issues a few years ago the last time I used it. I'm much happier with TWRP installed but now that Chainfire is soon to stop maintaining SuperSu and Magisk is buggy as fook, rooting may end up not being an option in the not too distant future.


Thanks for that, wasn't aware of the mute button.

I know what you mean about buggy-ness (though we all know what we are getting ourselves into beforehand lol), I've rooted a s3 and whilst backup is a breeze, I have to clear data on the google play store (app) every time I want to install a new app, I'm hoping a future version of lineage with fix this.
Edited by: "Maevoric" 11th Oct

octopus1 h, 22 m ago

That's good only if you are restoring to the same device. I can't …That's good only if you are restoring to the same device. I can't understand why Android doesn't have a dedicated app that doesn't require rooting to backup and restore data on another device.

I'm pretty sure it would be doable on ADB... How is another question... Useless it corrupts when you flash a new system... Can't imagine it though where you consider OTAs

Maevoric1 h, 18 m ago

Thanks for that, wasn't aware of the mute button.I know what you mean …Thanks for that, wasn't aware of the mute button.I know what you mean about buggy-ness (though we all know what we are getting ourselves into beforehand lol), I've rooted a s3 and whilst backup is a breeze, I have to clear data on the google play store (app) every time I want to install a new app, I'm hoping a future version of lineage with fix this.

A Samsung S3? I'm running Resurrection Remix 5.8.4. (nougat) on my Samy Note 4 and is it solid, but I can't get Netflix to work with downloads with Magisk

woldranger8 m ago

A Samsung S3? I'm running Resurrection Remix 5.8.4. (nougat) on my Samy …A Samsung S3? I'm running Resurrection Remix 5.8.4. (nougat) on my Samy Note 4 and is it solid, but I can't get Netflix to work with downloads with Magisk


Nice might check out rr for my note 4.

Bummer about netflix blocking rooted devices.

Maevoric30 m ago

Nice might check out rr for my note 4. Bummer about netflix blocking …Nice might check out rr for my note 4. Bummer about netflix blocking rooted devices.

Yeah it's pretty stable with decent battery life. Most people weren't having any issues, which was odd for me

Maevoric6 h, 58 m ago

Assuming you haven't got the google / samsung backup turned on (settings > …Assuming you haven't got the google / samsung backup turned on (settings > backup and restore) you would be better off using Helium (as someone mentioned previously), a micro SD card and a PC.Once you install the android app, enable USB debugging and connect the phone to your PC (i recommend the helium chrome plug in rather then the pc program which never connects for me), you can unplug and the rest should be plain sailing (ie do the rest of the backup solely on the android app). You can backup most of the apps app data on an external SD (cloud backup requires the full version), there will be just a few apps that won't allow a backup of the app data (helium will tell you which ones). You can even backup the apps themselves, saving you having to reinstall themYou may need to install an android adb driver on the PC though windows should pick it up itself when you connect your phone.


Interesting.
Edited by: "GQ.Man" 11th Oct

woldranger6 h, 38 m ago

Yeah it's pretty stable with decent battery life. Most people weren't …Yeah it's pretty stable with decent battery life. Most people weren't having any issues, which was odd for me




Do you use any additional apps for the s-pen with Resurrection Remix on your note 4?
Edited by: "Maevoric" 12th Oct

Maevoric6 h, 24 m ago

Do you use any additional apps for the s-pen with Resurrection Remix on …Do you use any additional apps for the s-pen with Resurrection Remix on your note 4?

I've never really used the spen, not on my Note 3 or 4, but I installed spencommand, which gives you a fair bit of functionality

woldranger2 h, 15 m ago

I've never really used the spen, not on my Note 3 or 4, but I installed …I've never really used the spen, not on my Note 3 or 4, but I installed spencommand, which gives you a fair bit of functionality

Cool thanks

Maevoric1 h, 18 m ago

Cool thanks

There's a really good thread on xda for that rom on the n910, and there's references to the spen on there too

Maevoric11th Oct

Assuming you haven't got the google / samsung backup turned on (settings > …Assuming you haven't got the google / samsung backup turned on (settings > backup and restore) you would be better off using Helium (as someone mentioned previously), a micro SD card and a PC.Once you install the android app, enable USB debugging and connect the phone to your PC (i recommend the helium chrome plug in rather then the pc program which never connects for me), you can unplug and the rest should be plain sailing (ie do the rest of the backup solely on the android app). You can backup most of the apps app data on an external SD (cloud backup requires the full version), there will be just a few apps that won't allow a backup of the app data (helium will tell you which ones). You can even backup the apps themselves, saving you having to reinstall themYou may need to install an android adb driver on the PC though windows should pick it up itself when you connect your phone.



Thanks, will look into this option. I'm open to anything guaranteed to work. Cheers.
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text