Carbon Backup

A third (and probably final) beta release of Koush's Carbon backup app was let loose this morning, adding support for the Box cloud service, notifications, a cancel option and other features and fixes. Also new is a accompanying Windows desktop app that will let you backup and restore an unrooted device.

Koush, in his Google+ post, says the beta should stop working on Jan. 30, by which time we should see the app in Google Play, with free and premium versions.

Source: +Koushik Dutta

 
There are 11 comments

Gekko says:

no Root requirement will be nice.

getting this as soon as it hits the Play store.

HAAS599 says:

A Carbon article without mentioning that there is another app in development called Carbon? I never thought I'd see the day ;_;

Yep. Then someone went and spoiled it in the comments. :p

greydarrah says:

If you are already rooted and have Titanium Backup, what does Carbon do better (or different)?

For one it can backup on cloud..meaning u can restore any time ,anywhere across the devices... also u can install & make data restore across the devices..which is very usefull form multiple devices .

Ellingsoc says:

So what your saying is that its the same a titanium backup as you can sync with dropbox, box, and google drive

sumx4182 says:

and you can backup app data without root. Supposedly, that feature's not working for me yet, but others seem to confirm.

briankurtz79 says:

I don't want a Windows app. My laptop broke awhile back and had all the drivers on it. If I had a computer I'd be rooted. I want a full back up with no computer and no root. I have the locker storage. I don't understand why this is so difficult in android. I really wish Google would address this and make a universal solution.

Titanium (I have the premium) already has all these cloud features. Root is the problem. If I'm rooted I would just use titanium since I've already paid for it. I want a non root cloud all in one solution.

OrionAntares says:

They claim the Play store released is supposed to be non-root.

sumx4182 says:

The last beta is non-root as well but it's not working for me at the moment. I've sent a log to the developer and he's working through it to find the issue. YMMV