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The keys are located in the Android System and stay there indefinitely. You need to get a new phone, recreate all your keys, revoke all the old ones and reinstall. If you don't know what reinstall means (including but not limited to what to reinstall) get a new phone, recreate all your keys, revoke the old ones and reinstall again. Google, Carriers and ...


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To do a backup like you want, you can just copy everything from /data/data except the lib directories/symlinks (they will fail when you want to restore/push them). A very easy thing to do is adb pull /data/data and then delete all the lib files (as symlinks are only files but those refer to directories). Upon restore you can install each app, using adb ...


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So I modified this script to automate file transfer in between reboots: #!/bin/sh rfolder=/mnt/sdcard/DCIM/$1 lfolder=$2 homeDir=`pwd` adb shell ls "$rfolder" > android.files ls "$lfolder" -1 > local.files rm -f update.files touch update.files while IFS= read -r q; do # Remove non-printable characters (are not visible on console) l=$(echo ${q} | ...



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