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As Firelord asked me to sum things up, here we go: First, you cannot do a backup using fastboot. Fastboot is like a one-way road: you can only use it to write partitions (either by flashing a corresponding image, or by wiping it) – but you cannot "pull" a partition. Which leaves ADB. Yes, it's possible via ADB – but it will require root. As Firelord ...


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For rooted Android devices You can consider installing BusyBox app by Stephen. Per Play Store, the minimum Android version supported by app is Android 1.6 and it is a well-updated app. In essence, it installs the busybox binary into /system/xbin and places symlinks in the same directory for all the utilities it has. What is BusyBox (not the app)? ...


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The arguments which may be supplied in the recovery.command file: * --send_intent=anystring - write the text out to recovery.intent * --update_package=path - verify install an OTA package file * --wipe_data - erase user data (and cache), then reboot * --wipe_cache - wipe cache (but not user data), then reboot * ...


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Now that you have USB debugging enabled, you can try resetting some of the database flags associated with the lockscreen... You will have to adb push sqlite3 to your device, the only independent binary that worked for my devices I pulled from here: XDA - sqlite3 binary June 2015 adb shell cd /data/data/com.android.providers.setting­s/databases sqlite3 ...


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I figured this out on my own. I solved this by installing Airdroid using an OTG USB adapter and a wired mouse. I then used the airmirror capability of the software to control a virtual mouse on the device. I do have root on the device, this may be significant to the operation of Airmirror. I could then accept the debug confirmation on the screen and complete ...


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I managed to restore my text messages using a borrowed 3rd phone that is rooted! Using: The rooted phone with the broken screen that you want to restore from (Phone A) The rooted phone with the intact screen that you borrowed (Phone B) The unrooted phone that you want to restore to (Phone C) Do as follows: On Phone A: Activate recovery mode and pull ...


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So I downloaded the OS zip given on the Acer website and trawled the /system/app and /system/priv-app files looking for image files that matched the lockscreen. They turned up in /system/priv-app/AcerLiquid.apk. From there I did adb install ./AcerLiquid.apk (initially I tried with adb shell pm install ... but that failed with a permission error). On ...


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You can try this while the phones is on. (You MUST have USB debugging enabled and authorized) adb shell recovery --wipe_data


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Installing Universal naked drivers shall solve your problem. Assuming you are skillful enough installing drivers manually as you intend to make use of ADB, here's a reference link to Universal Naked Drivers: http://forum.xda-developers.com/google-nexus-5/development/adb-fb-apx-driver-universal-naked-t2513339 It generally supports all Nexus devices(probably ...



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