Reboot system now :: Self explanatory.
USB-MS toggle :: USB Mass Storage.
Mounts the SD card
Backup/Restore (See NANDroid backups
for more information)
Nand backup :: Creates a backup of /
system, /data, /boot, /cache, and /
sdcard/.android_secure (on SD card)
Nand + ext backup :: Creates a Nand
backup plus /sd-ext ( apps2SD) (on SD
Hi guys! Today I wanted to get back to my JB nand backup, but the only thing I get is a black screen.
I've made a backup this way:
1) Unlocked bootloader
2) flashed nexusrecovery
3) Made a backup
Now I try to get back to JB backup. so I do next steps:
1) Restore backup in nexus recovery (OK)
2) Install stock recovery
4) Black screen
I've read good things about both Helium backup and My Backup Pro. I would like to know if, when they backup your apps, they also backup and then restore the app settings - like account info, etc. They say they back up app data, but don't say much about settings specifically.
Hey guys So I was using the Xenon HD 2.0 ROM before and then I decided to flash CM 10 (Made a NAndroid Backup though)
Backed up my Apps and all the System Data by Titanium Backup.
CM 10 flashed PERFECTLY. Everything was working. I restored the data, it asked be to Reboot the phone and so I did.
But now the phone is stuck on the CM boot screen (BOOTLOOP).
No Recovery Mode.
Using Root Explorer, where and what files would I have to get, to backup all of my current Wifi networks/locations/settings I currently have on my phone, before wiping out the phone clean and losing all of that info?
A lot of my current saved networks/settings are from other states I saved while traveling, I want to wipe out my phone and redo it, but want to restore all of this info after I do s
I'm getting a new microSD card for my Triumph and I'm wondering if I will still be able to boot into CWM after switching SD cards. Basically, was the recovery.img saved on the phone's internal memory or on the SD card? Also, if I copy and paste my nandroid backup from my old SD card to my new one, will I still be able to successfully restore it? Any info would be greatly appreciated. :)