I never done a full wipe since I bought my Z1 and after all that upgrades, I started experiencing lower battery lastings, and sometimes the phone doesn't work well so I decided to do a full wipe but I want to backup all my data, including app data, apps, messages, contacts etc.
So, I had a few questions about the program backup assistant that came on my phone. So i know that it backs up my pictures, videos, contacts and music. Supposedly. I have it set to backup only when iam connected to wifi and it seems to be doing so successfully, but whenever it backs up, it saves extra copies of my pictures and videos in another folder in my gallery.
We have a set of mobile users who use Windows XP SP3 offline files to synchronize changes between network shares and their laptops. We recently had an incident where a user's offline cache was not synchronizing and several weeks worth of changes were lost when the laptop was restaged. Prior to the restage a full backup was performed using Backup Exec 2010 which completed successfully.
I got a new S4 mini last night and I set up and logged in with my gmail account. Before I knew it, there were about 400 pictures and videos that I haven't seen in years. Some of them I was sure I had deleted... This may sound really stupid, but where did they come from? How can I get rid of some of them permanently?
I have a Backuppc running on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. I was able to get a full backup accomplished via SMB for my Windows 7 client. The problem is when it tries to do an incremental backup. It immediately comes back with
tree connect failed: NT_STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED
I have absolutely no clue why this happens. By finishing a full backup successfully it tells me it has access to the files.