if i have that files on my phone it means that i have an efs backup? the files appeared when i installed a custom rom i think or smthing
sry for the noob question and my english :D
I am using cPanel 11.34.0 (build 6) and want to backup from my website. I googled and found out that there is an icon by the name of backup wizard by which i can create a backup. Unfortunately, I could not find this icon in my cPnael in which I expected to exist in the Files category. Is it hidden or sth should be installed?
I am having a problem with the charger port on my EVO. It is rooted and running AlterROM Redux v1.0.2. I have a second EVO that my wife used, she upgraded to a Gallaxy S3. If I root her phone can I just use ROM Manager to backup my phone and then restore it to her phone?
I have pretty much a stock rom with just a few mods done to it. When i go into cwm to do back up it looks like it worked fine. Once the phone boots up and i go into my files it shows the backup folder to be 1.8 gig. This is in the cwm folder under backup. Why so big? Sorry I'm still a noob here.
I just rooted my Galaxy Nexus and installed Rom manager and Titanium Backup. This isn't my first time rooting and i think i some what of a grip on the process.
I did a full backup in Rom manager and set up a system data backup on certain apps on a schedule through Titanium. I synced Titanium to Drop box and every time a backup is made, it is automatically sent to my Drop box account.
Ok, running tsm on 2008R2, and I have the gnu awk and grep installed...I want to only capture inactive (I) files inside of the backup...I can get this to work on linux, but because windows interprets " ' ` differently, i can't get it to print out right...Here's what I have:
I've tested a few of backup utilities and still haven't found one that would satisfy me.
Almost every one of them has two options:
- full backup - not an option to use frequently
- incremental backup - seems right, but there's one thing about it:
Incremental backup builds on a base of a full backup, backing up only those files, that were created/changed.
Windows Small Business Server 2003 creates multiple backup files:
Small Business Server Backup(01).bkf 113GB
Small Business Server Backup(02).bkf 402GB
Small Business Server Backup(03).bkf 131GB
Small Business Server Backup(04).bkf 111GB
Small Business Server Backup(05).bkf 217GB
Are these backup files independent? So can I delete all but the most recent?