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Check the app you used to backup your internal memory. There should be a restore button in there that will restore the folders back to their original locations. You may have accidently backed up your apps instead of your settings/folders. If you did, then your data is sadly permanently gone. There may also be a setting in the app that lets you choose ...


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In addition to the answer by LinX64, you can locate your backup file rather easily. Since CWM and TWRP installs the backup as default in clockworkmod and TWRP folder, you can use an app like Diskusage to scan your storages and you can easily see the big bulky ones in its output. Touch any of them, choose Show and the app will open that folder in your default ...


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Can I store a CWM backup on the PC and copy it to the phone when needed? Yes, you can. CWM backups are stored in /data/media/clockworkmod/backups And for TWRP : you can choose the files/backup-files for saved and stored in Sdcard or Extsdcard during backup process. Stored in -> sdcard -> TWRP -> Backups or: Extsdcard ...


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Theoretically, it should be possible. In order to do it, you need a custom recovery in your phone to perform the backup and a custom recovery, too, to perform the replacement in the emulator. TWRP has a custom recovery for the Android emulator and it's currently under TWRP's support. If you have the same recovery in your phone, it could be an option to ...


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ADB backs up Settings + Apps(System + User) + Apps Data + User Data. That's it. The backup made through it doesn't come close to be related to booting it into virtual machine or even a real device. Short story, you have a backup definitely but that's not a system image. If you want to create a system image, you need to do it through a Nandroid backup or a ...


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There can be multiple solutions for your question. One such is mentioned here in this answer. Quote: I once extracted single apps and apps data using a normal archiver explorer in my Arch Linux system. In Windows, 7-Zip FM or Winrar should do the trick. Obviously it is quicker done if you restore the full backup all at once with a custom recovery ...


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It looks like this tool might be able to do this. A search for 'android backup extractor' also returns a couple of alternatives


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On the latest version of Whatsapp you can easily backup WhatsApp conversations with Google Drive. Google Drive is a online file storage service which provided by Google. If you have a Google account you can easily backup and restore whatsapp messages whenever you want. Read more at Techofy.


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SMS Backup and Restore did the job for me when I migrated from my Atrix to Nexus 4. The app is free but the developer accepts donations if you like his software. The app backs up messages as an XML file.


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Using the Photos app, tap the hamburger menu (the three bars in the upper left corner), scroll down and choose On Device. You should be able to delete these without touching the backup. If you are prompted Delete Everywhere, select cancel, you are in the wrong place. You could also use a file explorer app, such as ES File Explorer. Your photos are stored in ...


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You need to go to Google+ app and delete your photos from there.


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you can't remove them with your pc -- they are write-protected. it only works if they're on the external SD.


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Try flashing right google apps aka: GAPPS to your backup with TWRP. It must be corresponding to your backups android versio.


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Uninstall Google Play Services with for example titanium backup and then reinstall Google Play Services from Google Play.


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Here is simple Python script: http://usefree.com.ua/google-authenticator-backup/ You paste your code in and run them in Python environment. How it's work. During setting up and configuring two-factor authentication with Google authenticator it is possiple not only to scan QR-code, but get the code, for example, for google mail we get : ...


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You can do this: Press the menu button Settings>Automatic Backups Backup all photos now


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Move all your existing photos into a different directory anywhere else. Then just be sure to not allow Google Photos to backup folders. It will by default grab just the DCIM/Camera folder. Gallery/other file managers will still have full accessibility.


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I'm sorry, but at this point your only hope is a factory reset. The symptoms sound like the data for one of the system apps has become corrupted. If you had any way to stop the reboot cycle, you'd have a shot at saving the data. Since even safe mode doesn't give you that, there's not much you can do. I will suggest, for the future, saving all of your ...


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I don't think root is actually required for Custom Recoveries. You can boot into recoveries without flashing them. I've seen it done before. I don't know how to do it but Google can surely help you. A Toolkit is available for my phone which let's me boot into TWRP or CWM without flashing them and can easily do full NANDroid Backups.


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Yes, you can, by taking a full NANDroid backup. This takes a backup of everything, including the app data, the accounts, the system, etc. with the exclusion of the files stored on the SD cards (both internal and external). Such NANDroid backups are usually taken with the help of a custom recovery, like the CWM (ClockWorkMod) recovery and the TWRP (TeamWin ...


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you are non rooted user so titanium backup wont work for you Your history is automatically backuped daily so don't worry still you want to backup u can do by Go to WhatsApp > Menu Button > Settings > Chat settings > Backup conversations. else connect your phone to pc and use mobogine to backup your whats app its easy choose your way.


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You're probably going to need to specify exactly what model phone you have, because not all phones bootstrap the same way. In general, however, if you can't get the phone to go into it's equivalent of Download/Odin mode (where it simply doesn't do anything except listen over USB for an upload of a firmware file) with the majority of the phones on the ...



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