Titanium Backup Updates to Version 5.4.0, with Support for Jelly Bean Devices
Titanium Backup, the essential Android application for rooted device owners, received a small update yesterday to version 5.4.0. The app is now compatible with devices running Jelly Bean, or Android 4.1, the latest flavor of Google’s mobile operating system. This is excellent news, as the world’s first stock JB device, the Nexus 7, is on the brink of shipping to the hands of millions of Android fanatics around the globe.
There were also a few other new changes made; check them out below.
What’s in this version:
• Supports Android 4.1 “Jelly Bean”.
• [PRO] Can backup bookmarks, call log, SMS/MMS to a standard XML file that can be sent or saved locally. XML files can be restored on any device/ROM. Hit MENU to try it.
• [PRO] Exported files have date/time in filename & can be saved locally.
• Added perms for bookmarks, call log, SMS/MMS.
• Faster backup code!
• Fixed bug with sys app update integration on ICS which broke some apps (eg: Google Earth).
• Several bugfixes & tweaks.
• Updated translations.
Titanium Backup is available for free on the Google Play Store, or you can opt to pick up the paid version unlocker that totes a ton of additional features for $6.58. Links to both versions can be found below.