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I had the exact same problem. It turns out that original tokens (usualy represented to the user as qrcodes) are stored in sqlite database inside /data/data/com.google.android.apps.authenticator2/databases folder and can be extracted from the device. I automated and explained the recovery process here: ...


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The backups are located in folder ".semc-fullbackup" on your SD card.


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The formats tar This is essentially snapshots of all partitions each in single file with extension tar. If you make two backups of the same rom with little difference in user apps, two snapshots of tar files are created, consuming more data on your sdcard. dup (dedupe) This backup format backups up individual files in the partitions renamed uniquely ...


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I removed the clean master app data from the backup and re-created the backup.ab file again using the Android Backup Extractor(ABE). It seems that the backed up file was corrupted and couldn't able to restore it properly. So I suggest to, use the adb backup command atleast twice to make sure the backup is fully completed and compare both file are same ...


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I found a link to a signed stock kernel providing TWRP v2.8.7.0 on xda Forum : [ROM][I9100][5.1.1][OFFICIAL] CyanogenMod 12.1 Nightly Builds It can be flashed with the Cynogen Recovery. https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=24052804347787517


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To backup your phone, first you have to root it. Depends on your Android version, root method is different. After you root your device, you can backup your DRM keys in TA partition with this app. After you backup your TA partition, you are good to unlock BL. If you want to use your DRM keys again, relock BL and restore TA partition. (Unlocking BL delete ...


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1.It is possible to take backup of your Full Tablet, But For that you need to root your tablet. 2.Because if your rooted your tablet it is possible to take every app+data with that backup. 3.But make sure your are not void the warranty, Because rooting will void your warranty.


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In terms of non app data, just plug it in to a computer, and move it over. Just go to your device in an file manager/explorer, and copy the pictures, DCIM, Download and Music folders to your pc. Then, if needs be, you can copy them back. App data will be different. Assuming you have a Google account, just sign in to it again when you get it back(if it has ...


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This can work. Though your mileage may vary. I just restored a nandroid backup from an old Galaxy S4 (which I dropped and the LCD failed) to a new Galaxy S4. The new Galaxy S4 arrived completely stock and it took a while to get it rooted and TWR installed - getting around Knox etc. But then I restored a nandroid backup from the old Galaxy S4 (which was at ...


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Quoting from my commnets, Well, As I already pointed you can use your preinstaled Google Drive or Goolge Plus app for backing up your photos. Or you can use other cloud photo backup apps from the Play Store like G Cloud Backup, CM Backup or Dropbox etc. Also look for other cloud photo backup apps in google play store. Later you can do the sorting ...


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No, it would not backup Contacts. Yes, it would backup Contacts. Confused, eh! Yes, it would backup Contacts. See this question: Backup/Restore SMS/MMS via ADB on a non-rooted device? The author of it was able to backup contacts. It was later revealed that the device on which the backup was performed ran Android 4.1.2. It was a bizarre revelation for ...


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It doesn't seem to be the case. I tried with both the following commands adb backup -all -apk -shared -nosystem -f adb_backup.ab adb backup -all -apk -shared -system -f adb_backup.ab and neither my photos, SMS nor contacts were backed-up.


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if you have rooted your device, of course it is possible. application data lies in /data, also backup your /storage/emulated/0 I think if you have rooted the device, then you could also boot up a custom recovery like twrp and do a nandroid backup, afterwards move it to the external sdcard if you don't have rooted the device you only backup your internal ...


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You will need to appropriate/draft resources (people, machines) from other areas of your company and reassign them to this project. Everything non-essential needs to be put on hold. Provided that you are working with devices that have external storage, and you have your prototype(s) established and a functioning custom recovery in place. Set a team of ...



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