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Apr
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You know what I hate? Having to start over from the beginning of Angry Birds every time I flash a new ROM. I won't have to deal with that for much longer, though - according to the official Twitter page of Rovio Mobile, they're working on the greatest thing to happen to Angry Birds since the slingshot. Yes, I'm talking about syncing.

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Once it's finished and unleashed to the world, each time you flash a new ROM, get a new device, or even switch platforms altogether (I'm looking at you iOS crossovers), you will be able to take all of your current bird tossing accomplishments with you.

There's no concrete ETA on this feature yet, but Rovio has said that it will be out some time "before Summer." The sooner it can get here, the better. Godspeed, Rovio. Godspeed.

Source: Twitter via Droid Gamers

Cameron Summerson
Cameron is a self-made geek, Android enthusiast, horror movie fanatic, and musician. When he's not pounding keys here at AP, you can find him spending time with his wife and kids, plucking away on the 6- or 7-string, or watching The Texas Chainsaw Massacre on repeat.

  • JoshL

    I have been waiting for this for a long time! So glad it's being worked on!! :)

  • Eric

    Titanium backup. Never has to start over after a room flash. Still, will be nice to sync between phone and tablet.

    • Ben

      Stupid question: Titanium backup lets you backup your Angry Birds progress?
      That's awesome but is there any way to do that on a non-rooted phone?

      • tookie

        yes, titanium backup backs up everything. drawback: you need root access.

        i've flashed many firmwares, and titanium backup never fails to let me continue my quest with 3-stars bird flinging, while keeping my progress :)

      • Eric

        There may be, but I don't know of any way to without root.

  • Scott

    you can use Ti or mybackup, but just about any app which saves your app+ it's unique data will let you go right from where you left off.