BackOff addresses a specific group of users within the community that posses an Apple device and perform regular backups of their gadgets. What BackOff does is speed up this certain process by disabling a Windows service from Apple.
First things first, this service that BackOff turns off is called Automatic Backup and it is an iTunes process that is turned on by default since you have deployed the iTunes application to your system. By killing it, you can gain precious times as BackOff can shrink the period that the sync operation usually takes to complete by quite an impressive amount.
The advantage of BackOff is clearly dramatic and does not need any more introduction as it can reduce the time from several tens of minutes to just a couple of minutes and that is enough. The drawback in this case is that, once you have turned off the iTunes automatic backup process, you may not be able to restore your device to its latest state if it goes berserk, if you did not manually back it up and since then you have also altered its contents.
Just to make sure that your Apple iPhone or iPod device has a valid backup that you can return in peace once the gadget refuses to work properly. As long as you are accustomed to the great deal of time the iTunes application consumes just to backup your device normally, then BackOff can surely spin you off with the change it is about to bring to your Apple backup procedure in terms of speed.







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The BackOff Product Key project is aimed at those users that have an Apple device and perform regular backups of their gadgets.
What BackOff does is speed up this certain process by disabling a Windows service from Apple. It then uses the windows event log so that it may record all its startup and shutdown procedures so that a notification can be sent to its author.
Just like the name says, BackOff stops iTunes from auto-syncing after downloading new apps, but does not prevent you from syncing manually. It just disables the check that iTunes does on startup and shuts down after certain times. The good thing is that you can put the program in the startup folder to make it available in the start menu.
Since this service is disabled, you will not be able to use some features of your device such as the wifi or other useful features. BackOff does not prevent you from syncing your device manually, you are just unable to start the sync after downloading a new app on the device, which is the function that iTunes checks when its auto-sync is enabled.
BackOff has a history of working very well and taking just a few minutes to work. The free version has a single limit of disabling iTunes’ auto sync function and does not allow you to put the app in the startup folder. The free version also has an icon in the taskbar, but only shows the activity.
Installation instructions:
1. Click the “Free” button on the project’s homepage
2. Click “Next” to continue
3. Review the license terms
4. Choose where to install the application
5. Select “I agree to the license terms” to continue
6. Click “Install” to begin installation
7. Once installed, choose to “Start the app at logon”
8. Once BackOff has been started, click on the tray icon to enter the program’s settings
9. From the “BackOff” tab, choose to “Automatically start BackOff on a schedule” and click on the “Schedule” button. Choose an appropriate schedule and click “OK” to save your settings.
10. Start BackOff on a schedule
11. In BackOff’s window, click the “Settings” button and choose to “Automatically start BackOff on startup and shutdown” and click “OK” to save your settings.
12. Once BackOff has been started, click on the tray icon to enter the program’s settings
13. From the “BackOff” tab, choose

BackOff Activator Free

Toggle Automatic Backup status. BackOff will disable this service if the user has set it to be automatic. This can be a long process that may take minutes.


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Not for the faint of heart.

Posted by: Eddy|Jun 29, 2007 04:01:42 AM

I am not sure it does what it is supposed to do.

By not requiring the user to specify a port, you risk your Mac (and maybe your network) being attacked by an IP based scanner looking for vulnerablity. There is an option to not listen on a port when BackOff is enabled, but then you’re at the mercy of a potential hacker sniffing the network for Macs that are vulnerable.

I found a program that will monitor and scan a port for BackOff on a Mac. I am posting it to allow others to try. You can do a port scan yourself to see if your Mac has BackOff enabled or not.

I also ran a port scan on mine and am fairly confident it is not enabled. It is on another machine, however, that I believe is my friend’s.

This could also be a change made by Apple to protect your Mac and/or network.

I tested a copy of the port scanner that I just found, and the results match what I observed on my own Mac. My Mac did not have a BackOff service running on port 10080. However, another Mac on the network did.

I tested several other ports to confirm that the port scanner I found was working properly. In my tests, the version I found was broken for some ports.

My Mac will report it’s version, however. I believe the version for other ports could be fixed.

Thank you for your detailed review.

Just as a note, Apple has been known to introduce port scans of it’s own products on it’s support forum.

I am the author of this program, and i have tested it with the latest updates as of 10/18/07. I don’t see any changes in my version in that time, so i’m assuming my version is current.

That being said, there is nothing “wrong” with this program

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BackOff will disable Apple’s iTunes Automatic Backup, which will allow you to speed up the synchronization process

To do this:
1) Type in the following command prompt: C:\BackOff>BackOff
2) Press Enter
3) You should see the following: BackOff has successfully disabled Apple’s iTunes Automatic Backup
4) Close BackOff

If the iTunes Automatic Backup process is turned on, you should disable it
1) Type in the following command prompt: C:\BackOff>BackOff
2) Press Enter
3) You should see the following: BackOff has successfully disabled Apple’s iTunes Automatic Backup
4) Close BackOff


Killed Auto Backups
Close iTunes

Click on Start | All Programs | Accessories
Right click on iTunes | choose “Run as Administrator”

Click on File | Open iTunes

Right click on iTunes | choose “View Downloads”

Expand the folders in which you find the “iTunes Content”

Copy all of the contents of the first folder and paste them to the other folders

Close iTunes



Go to C:\Program Files\iTunes and kill the file called itunesbackup.exe. You can also kill iTunes if you want.
You should not use the iTunes file itself, but you can restore the backups using a program called WinRAR.

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What’s New in the BackOff?

Disabling iTunes Automatic Backup

BackOff will disable the iTunes automatic backup that is on by default in iTunes.


BackOff can be used on a Mac or Windows system.

Works on Apple OS X 10.4 and higher.


Tapping the kill button on BackOff will disable the iTunes automatic backup. iTunes will continue to function, so your iPod will be available for use and will not be permanently affected by the change.


When will the software start working?

The application will not start until you try to sync your iPod. If the operation does not complete after a period of time, iTunes will show a dialog window informing you that it has encountered a problem and that you may try to restart the process. This happens as a normal backup operation always fails to complete within a reasonable time frame, regardless of what you are doing.

What if the process does not end within the expected period of time?

If iTunes is not able to back up the contents of your iPod within a reasonable period of time, iTunes will display a message box informing you that the process has terminated prematurely and that you may restart it.

Does the software require a restart of iTunes?

The software does not require any restart of iTunes. It just disables the automatic backup process, but iTunes will continue to function normally.

Can you use this software with another device besides an iPod?

Yes, this software also works on other Apple devices like the iPad, the iPhone, etc.

How can you back up a Mac?

To use this software, you will need to have a Mac running Mac OS X, which supports the Unix-like operating system.

What if iTunes is already running?

If iTunes is already running, the software will attempt to shut down iTunes before starting the backup process.

Why is there a delay?

This delay is intentional to give the process enough time to complete without locking up your iPod.

Can this software replace the feature in iTunes that does a full backup of your iPod?

This software will make iTunes automatically perform a backup of your iPod after a selected period of time, instead of making you manually perform a full backup of your iPod.

Is there a limit on how long the backup process will take?

Yes, there is a limit of about 30 minutes, if iTunes is not able to perform a full backup of your iPod within this time frame, iTunes will display a dialog box informing you that it has encountered a problem and that you may try to restart the process.

What if the backup fails because of network problems?

If a network problem occurs during a backup, iTunes will perform a manual backup of your iPod before attempting to perform the automatic backup.

Is it possible to turn off BackOff while the backup is being performed?

System Requirements For BackOff:

Requires 5.1.0 or later
Windows 7, 8 or 10
Mac OS 10.12.6 or later
Minimum: 1GB RAM
Minimum: 4GB RAM
Minimum: Pentium 4 or equivalent
Minimum: Dual core processor
Minimum: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 or ATI Radeon HD 2600 graphics card
Minimum: 8GB hard disk space
Minimum: 1024×768 display resolution
Minimum: 256MB or more of video RAM
Minimum: 320MB