** ROOT is REQUIRED
DataSync lets you share application data with other Android devices That means that you can play a game on your phone, sync using DataSync, and continue playing on your tablet right where you left off.
DataSync primarily works over a local WiFi network, but supports Dropbox and Box as well to sync your apps when your WiFi network is out of range. DataSync+ even lets you sync using Bluetooth and NFC to further decrease the gap between your devices.
Feedback, bugs and reviews:
Before leaving a negative review, I'd really appreciate if you'd send me an email explaining your problem. I try to respond as soon as possible, and will often be able to help you and others having the same issue. Reviews on Play just aren't detailed enough to fix a possible bug, nor can I ask for more information.
Long story short: if you want to help improve DataSync, contact me by email, Gtalk, G+, or use the in-app feedback.
- Parallel file/appsync
- Holo-themed and tablet-optimized UI
- Automatic multicast device-discovery
- Optional Dropbox and Box sync
- Quick Sync shortcut to sync data in two clicks
DataSync Beta features:
- Completely rebuild from scratch, it's faster, more efficient and more intuitive
- Brand new UI, holo themed for all devices
- Background syncing support, with Jelly Bean notifications on 4.1+ devices
- Safe app syncing (choose to up/download per app, free feature)
- FTP support
- Schedule automated syncs of your apps
- True two-way syncing
- Syncing via Bluetooth
- Syncing via NFC (Beta)
- Create and restore local backups
In reponse to some recent comments:
DataSync can copy and replace an app's data on /data/data and /sdcard/Android/data, but will only do so if you command it to. Apps do not suddenly crash after installing DataSync (and certainly not Trebuchet, an app I use on both devices I own). Once again I urge anyone with a problem to contact me.
Behind the scenes:
If you'd like to know what I'm working on at the moment or want to contact me, you can add me to your G+ circles:
Some devices (earlier HTC ones in particular) aren't able to send or receive multicast messages, thus automatic device discovery will not work. You can manually add your device from the Settings menu in these cases.
- (Optional) Link your Dropbox or Box account
- Tap the apps you'd like to sync
- (Optional) Save your queue by tapping the save icon
- Press the sync icon (the two arrows pointing up/down)
- Choose a sync method
- Enjoy the show!
Again, if you have any questions feel free to contact me!
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