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If you are rooted you can use Titanium Backup to backup the apps and the data. Then restore in the other phone with the same app. Contents of internal sd card can be copied with ES File Manager


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I had this problem as well, I was unable to move the system apps back to the internal storage. Re-installing the ROM did the job as it re-installs the apps back in the right path/location.


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I'm currently having the same problem, but I found the fix.. I have Nexus 7 2013, before updating to Android 5.0 I copied carbon folder to my PC, after updating to 5.0 I moved carbon folder back to main nexus folder and it didn't show anything, but after long research I found the fix: Open Windows PowerShell Paste into it this code: $subfolders = ...


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As mentionned in the other answer, Contacts App > Menu > Import/Export > Export to SD card will save all the contacts in a .VCF file on SD card, that you can copy to your computer. Then, it can be useful to use a VCF to CSV or VCF to Excel converter, like this one (Python needed), to be able to read the .VCF with a software like Excel.


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OK, some googleing later I found Titanum Backup and that it supports restoring selectively from adb backups. I copied the backup to my SD-Card and then restored using Titanum Backup and and just worked. (However I'd still be interested in what I missed in the first place). Note however that the free version does not support restore from adb files.


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You probably search for the contents of your internal SD card (the Pictures directory I assume). Then you need to explore the data backup. Inside there should be a media directory (and then maybe a 0 directory). This should contain your internal SD card's content of your user. There you can explore all your data. Small side note: Not all backup methods ...


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I'm a total noob, but I managed to select my SD card as the backup location. Put that into my PC, it was pretty easy to find \clockworkmod\backup.


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The photos might be damaged/removed but somehow still indexed in Google Photos. Delete photos with no thumbnail will correct this issue.


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You should be careful when restoring apps from titanium. That software not only backups the apk itself. It backups the data of the app too. That's all it does. If the app you backup is programmed to run different accordingly to Android version and you change it with another rom and then in your new version you restore the app initialized to work with ...


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Most phones have a back up and reset option in settings. I went to that and clicked on everything I wanted backed up. I backed up everything to my Sd and E-mail.. (Google servers)..


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There is a branch of slight backup which has the Fix for Android 4.4, but it seems like there are not prebuilt apks for it (yet): https://github.com/handschuh/Slight-backup/tree/smsrestore_4.4


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The best option I found is making unencrypted backups with WugFresh NRT: Turn on airplane mode (not related to encryption, just recommendation in order to prevent sudden changes in data during backup) Make nandroid full backup (select all partitions available, for 'recovery' partion ROOT required) Make data/media backup Turn off airplane mode These ...


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There is also another solution. If you download the app "Evernote" on your phone. You will then have two note apps; color note and evernote. Then click on a note you want to keep. On my phone, HTC wildfire, you can press a "menu" button once you've accessed the particular note; And then you can choose "Share" or in my language "Send". You will then be able ...


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You can install TWRP for your nexus 5 (just Google it...). It will ask you for your password when you enter the recovery. Then you can do a full backup.



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