Rerware releases new BETA build for MyBackup Pro, download it for Free and get 1GB of online storage exclusively from TalkAndroid

I recently reviewed MyBackup Pro, which is an essential app for all Android users. Whether you root your device or not, backups are important, and MyBackup Pro gets the job done with its support for both the local SD card or online cloud backups. The makers of the app, Rerware, just released a BETA build to test their new servers. The good news is that since they need 500 people for the testing, you can grab this BETA build for Free exclusively from TalkAndroid. MyBackup Pro’s normal cost of $4.99 is already a great deal, but how can you turn down Free?

The only stipulation is that during the BETA stage, you will only be able to backup your data via their online server. Not a big deal when you consider that they will give you 1GB of storage for free. When it leaves BETA, the SD card functionality will return, and you can continue to enjoy all the benefits of the Pro version as well as the 1GB of cloud storage for Free.

Click here to download and use 950899793 for the activation code

Note: This download and activation code will ONLY work for the first 500 readers to activate it.

If you have any issues or questions please contact Rerware support directly.

For your convenience, you can also use the QR code below to download.


If you want to login to this BETA build online, you wont’ be able to do it through the normal rerware site since this build is testing a different server. Click here for the updated server.




About the Author: Robert Nazarian

Robert lives in upstate New York where he was born and raised. Technology was always his passion. His first computer was a Radio Shack TRS80 Color that used a cassette tape to save programs, and his first laptop was a Toshiba T1200FB that sported a CGA greyscale screen and two 720kb floppy drives (no hardrive). From the early 90’s through late 2011, he only owned Motorola phones starting with the MircroTAC all the way through to the Droid X. He broke that streak when he bought the Galaxy Nexus. Now he's sporting a Galaxy Note 4, and absolutely loves it. He has a wonderful wife and a 6 year old son. In his free time he enjoys sports, movies, TV, working out, and trying to keep up with the rapid fast world of technology.

  • Mei

    Nice. Thanks. Going to give it a try.

    • Mei

      Good for ‘free’ software. But too bad, on this beta they disabled all local backups, so all back ups have to be stored on their servers. I prefer to keep my backups on my memory card. Makes restoring easier and less data usage from having to upload/download backups. For those looking to buy for full version, I recommend checking out Titanium Backup Pro instead, but that software does require root though.

  • Orcking

    MBP is doing beta for their online server
    The SDCard backup will be enabled after beta testing is done..

  • MoogleStiltzkin

    thx for this promotion. i already claimed my beta access :}

    From my brief testing of it though, i still think titanium backup is much preferable because it’s easier to browse the GUI.

    I think the mybackup developers need to look to titanium backup for ideas (without necessarily cloning them for an exact otherwise that would be an infringement of ip)

  • Raven

    The real question that I have not seen answered here yet is can this back up and restore app data like Titanium Backup can without root access? For example, so that one could restore game progress with a restore and not just the game?

    • mlauzon

      TB needs root to work properly.

  • Anilikos Mitsos

    Thank you for this one. I am taking a full backup right now, storing all apps on the server. It seems to be quite fast, considering my connection. Cool thing!

  • mlauzon

    It’s too bad that you need a rooted phone to be able to use any of the backup solutions properly. I’d like to root my Samsung Galaxy Nexus w/ JB, but I don’t know how, and the XDA stuff isn’t really written all that well, and I should be able to do it regardless as I’ve got over 30yrs of computer experience, so how hard can it be to root a phone!