Do not enjoy the fact an application tells me to Uninstall something from my device. I payed for this application and it should back everything up! End of discussion! As can be seen I pay and donate for all hard work anybody does. Lucky patcher has useful tools. I don't always have the time to write my own commands
Petty, Slanderous Developer Save your money. The major selling point of the app was the ability to backup to Dropbox, but the option to save a backup to Dropbox is not present. When contacted, the developer said that the Dropbox feature had been removed, and the description hadn't been updated. A refund was requested. Days later, when asked when the refund could be expected, developer started name-calling before returning my money.
Crashing crashing crashing App never worked since installing it. Have a Nexus 6 rooted and marshmallow. Very disappointing.
Love this app working fine on nexus 6p hope you keep updating
Great developers, but app is still broken UPDATE: Developers were quick to follow up after I left a negative review since I was continuously getting the "not purchased" error, but the file they sent me still doesn't work. I've installed it on both a LG G3 rooted phone and the app crashes every time I try to open it. Nice idea in concept but it just doesn't seem to work. ****** This app was a complete waste of money for me. After buying it and installing it, it pops up a box telling me to either enter my key or buy it again. I never received a key when I bought it nor has customer support contacted me 48 hours after I emailed them about this problem. I've uninstalled and re-installed multiple times and I still can't use what I bought.
New interface uses organic Material Design without using libraries (Android 5.0 and up)
Completely re-engineered Live Backup system
Major bug fixes, performance increases, and stability improvements
Added ability to schedule Live Backups
Tracking our own busybox for those that do not wish to install it
Added ability to rename/delete backups
Backups now retain SELinux contexts per file