Be VERY careful with this and do multiple backups from different vendors if I were you. I paid for this app so I expect a certain level of quality. I lost ALLOT of very personal data, some apps didn't even copy, I lost ALL my app data. Apps like CityMapper that has had months and months of data being entered into it, gone. My WhatsApp history which I rely heavily on to stay in contact with family, 95 gone andor all jumbled up. Some WhatsApp groups were lost, I have so many I cannot identify just how bad the damage is. I also lost a number of my contacts but again no idea just how many. I have accumulated many years of contacts.
The worst thing, my entire photo collection had the dates wiped. I lost all metadata from the birth of my child. Very precious, personal information which as a first time parent you hold onto. All dates and location info, gone :( ...makes me really sad I won't have this to share with my daughter when she gets older.
I wouldn't rely on the stability of this application until it has gone through more testing. For most people, the mobile is a very personal extension of themselves so you should think very hard about just who you are placing your trust in when allowing them to restore your world.
Just to clarify, I wasn't doing anything unusual... a simple backup of the s6 prior to phone being replaced. I don't run anything strange or taxing that alters the phone setup in anyway. Very disappointing.
If you try this, use two backup vendors for safety
Tried using again after the last updates and found it's better now then some of previous posts people have made. It's a great alternative to Itunes and has better features. would recommend to friends and family.
I've tried a few other programs to get around using iTunes, and most were pretty lame. While this does require you to install iTunes to operate, once you do you'll never use iTunes again to connect to your device. This is so much simpler - using categories for what is on the device so you don't have to move, install, copy everything. One recommendation - create a folder on your hard drive to manage the files, since this program cannot. Then once you have a folder (and iTunes installed) launch SyncIOS and manage away - backup your iPod or phone to your drive, move media on and off, etc. Far better and easier than iTunes, and no more nagging to update every time you load it like iTunes does.
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