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Can not move Titanium back up to sd card

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morning! i seem to have a problem with Titanium Back up, i was using update-cm7-20120225 nightly racer v2 signed rom,but i have now moved back to the racerboy I.C.S. lookalike ROM.for some strange reason,i can`t move Titanium back up to my sd card. on the update cm7 225 ROM,i was able to move it.but as i said i can`t move it while using the I.C.S. ROM.i checked with the problem section on the app,and it says there is a problem with `app2sd` while using Froyo type ROM`S. is there any way around this i have tried other app2sd apps to see if it was just the one on ROM,but no joy.can anyone help? thanks.(also in the app2sd section,it says the app is a sys app it didn`t say that before. and it is in the superuser list)

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afternoon Sam,

try s2e from market, only works on cm7 though :)

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i give it go.thanks. smile.gif i also find some info how to use it(xda)but first i have to dump some back ups (roms)(can i dump them via the file manager?) i have on my phone(via recovery)i did start with a 8gb sd card! now i have only about 1 1/2 gb left! (and because of music etc...)

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have you just tried opening in settings>applications>manage>titanium backup>move to sdcard? stock cm7 a2sd works quite fine really..

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tried that,but but the only icons that light up is uninstall, and clear data.the move to sd card icon is dark even tapping on it wont help.do you think T.B. has screwed up?or could it be the ROM?

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i really dunno, i dont use it, tried to backup messages once and it deleted half of my framework so i hate it and will never use it again

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i swear those comments on the feedback part on market are made up! anyway,ive rolled back to update 225 ROM,which i can state that T.B. is now on my sd card.and i think i give AnTek App Manager more work then just using it just to freeze apps.thanks to all for the advice.

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