Apple’s iOS set the benchmark for the ease of backing up and restoring devices, being literally as simple as a few clicks, resulting in the device being restored in full. Going from an old iPhone to a new one meant that the new iPhone would essentially be a clone of the old one, carrying everything over. Android has taken a few years to get to a point where the backup and restore functionality is usable, but many power users have resorted to ADB backup and restore for their needs. Now, it appears that Google might be taking the functionality away from users.
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