I have a Galaxy S5 with a 16 GB memory card.
I transferred all of my data from my previous Galaxy S4 onto it a few months ago but it was slightly messy and every now and again, I get the odd system crash.
I want to wipe my phone, re-install the latest Samsung ROM (I already have that - and I know how to flash it) and restore my apps, app data, widgets etc. Whilst I'm at it, I may as well start using my new 64 GB memory card.
How would you suggest I do this?
I'm thinking: Backup all user apps/data with Titanium Backup, then move the generated backup folder from the memory card onto my PC before inserting the new 64 GB memory card into the phone, reinstalling the OS, reinstalling Titanium Backup and putting the generated folder back onto the new memory card, ready to be restored from. Is this the best way?
P.S. Google's online backups are crap. I tried it once and it didn't restore Nova Launcher, my sticky note widget (with data inside the sticky note) etc.