If you want to save and delete AppData for your iPhone apps, you can install Apps Manager for your iPhone with jailbreak. Managing AppData in an iPhone or iOS device is critical especially when you don’t like an app update and fear that you’ll lose all your data. Apps Manager is easy to use and lets you take back up of AppData, restore it and delete AppData in case you don’t need it.
There are many instances when you may need to save backup for your AppData to prevent any loss of data. For the apps that are difficult to setup, there is always a chance of something going wrong. Your app may crash or you may end up deleting AppData unknowingly. To prevent such incidents, it’s advisable to use Apps Manager to backup AppData and restore it once you’re happy with the app update.
Save / Delete AppData on iPhone with Apps Manager
Most developers keep their applications updated and release periodic updates for their apps to improve performance. Generally updates aim to make the firmware more secure by removing bugs and adding additional features. But sometimes, developers fail to detect some issues with the release and the user ends up getting various errors and problems.
There may be instances when you’re not particularly happy or comfortable with the new look or features of an updated app and want to roll back to the previous version of the app. If you’ve taken a backup for AppData, you can restore your app anytime. Using Apps Manager makes this easy, fast and reliable.
Apps Manager becomes particularly important when you have a jailbroken device and the new software update is not compatible with Jailbreak. We have already seen this happening in app updates for PayPal, Pokémon Go, and the YouTube app. Developers have incorporated such feature in the apps updates that it detects presence of jailbreak in the device and crashes the app.
Users have to use tweaks to roll back the update or find ways to work around the restrictions. A chance of losing your AppData remains with every app software update. This is where Apps Manager comes into the picture. Take a backup of AppData, install the update, make sure it works fine, restore the files for the app or delete AppData if you don’t need it anymore.
Method to use Apps Manager to Save / Delete AppData
- Get Apps Manager from the Big Boss Repo.
- Install the app.
- Reboot your device
- Go to Settings < Applications.
- Choose the app you wish to manage.
For the app you choose, you can see information regarding its version and disk usage, etc. Scroll down and you will find three new options added by Apps Manager. They are Backup, Restore, and Wipe. Tap Backup to back up AppData, Restore to restore AppData from a previously saved backup and Wipe to delete AppData. Wipe deletes all the files associated with the app so use caution.
Import / Export backup AppData
Apps Manager can be used only with jailbroken iOS devices. It’s a Jailbreak tweaks that you can use to restore AppData not only on your device but on a new device as well. Apps Manager allows you to import and export your backup files for the AppData from one jailbroken device to another. You can use it to import and export backup files of AppData from one device to another. All you have to do is to follow the method stated above. Open the backup AppData page and export the saved files to the new device.
That’s as simple as it gets with Apps Manager to backup, restore and delete AppData from your iPhone and iOS devices.