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Titanium Backup and PowerAmp Receive Updates, Jelly Bean Goodies and More

Two well-known and loved apps both received updates this morning. If you have root, then you know Titanium Backup. This morning, Pro users can now backup applications from ADB backup files as well as use an improved Market Doctor which repairs broken Google Play links from backups. For Poweramp users, there is a new Jelly Bean notification look along with some improved file type support such as .wav and .wma. 

Poweramp Changelog:

  • New “rich” notification support for Jelly Beans (Android 4.1)
  • Improved .wav and .wma support
  • Audio in .flv
  • Music Folders selection can be 10 levels deep now
  • Fixed missing last song in iso.wv
  • Few other improvements and bug fixes

Titanium Changelog:

  • [PRO] Can restore apps/data from ADB backup file. These backups can be made *without* root on Android 4.0+ with “adb backup” from a computer, and can be restored with TB once you have root. This helps on HTC devices that perform factory reset on bootloader unlock. Encrypted ADB backups are supported.
  • [PRO] Improved “Market Doctor” and “Force attach” to properly repair some broken links that previously required “Destroy all Market links”.
  • UI improvements & fixes.
  • Updated translations.

Play link: Poweramp Music Player | Titanium Backup

Cheers Jacob!

  • Reggie Nelson

    keak yaddaddamean

  • http://profiles.google.com/thelolotov Jacob Davis

    I still think TiBu is, quite frankly, ugly as sin. ROM Toolbox looks much nicer and does much more.

  • raoul duke

    Resizeable widget power amp! Please

  • theentropic

    What ROM are you running to get the text toggles in the notification bar Tim?

    • Dinofan01

      Appear to be AOKP toggles. I personally think the CM10 toggles much better looking. They match the new notification shade unlike these.

  • NorCalGuy

    Little disappointed the DL crew doesn’t have the donate version makes this app (tibackup) an A+ when having to restore a large number of apps instead of one at a time.

  • Gunther

    Which app are you using for the Notification Toggles? I tried Widgetsoid but it doesn’t come out looking like that. :(

    • Brettm2277

      It’s the AOKP toggles.

  • Rex

    +1 for Keak da Sneak

  • Abhisshek Das

    N7 Music Player is Still much better than PowerAmp IMHO

  • T4rd

    Titanium really needs to update its app to ICS+ guidelines for its UI. It has 3 tabs at the top that you have to click on to get to. It would be too easy to convert that to normal tabs in ICS+ and let you just scroll left/right between them. It’s really my only gripe on the app because it’s about perfect otherwise B-).

    • michael arazan

      does this app back up pics and hd vids too, like it does with apps and data in apps?

  • Sven Enterlein

    Now all I need is Jelly Bean for my ASUS TF101…

  • jaredgreenwald

    now, if I could just figure out how to restore the stock Email account settings for my corporate email accounts I’d be set

    • PhillipCun

      + 1

  • http://twitter.com/litobirdy litobirdy

    Does poweramp stream google music?

    • Daniel Maginnis

      I’m pretty sure no 3rd party apps do, and why I don’t bother with them.

      • lostsync

        I hope they eventually open that API to devs…I feel like they would’ve already if the majors would allow it, since that’d give them a pretty big advantage over Apple’s iProduct lockdown. The Google Music app is fine and all but it’d be nice to be able to check out alternatives while retaining access to my entire library of music.

        • http://twitter.com/TheAwesomessMan Justin Halcomb

          True. Also, it’ll be just simple. Download and install PowerAMP. Open and sign in to Google Account. Access to your music and future content since it will auto-refresh if you so desire to buy/transfer more music.