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Yes. Don't worry. It usually restore in the same location. Even if it doesn't it isn't supposed to cause problems. You can always move them.
Don't know much about Gallery but figured out about Photos. If auto backup is set up in Google+ on the phone, then photos get backed up in in the cloud in Google+. In the Photo app one can see Albums, Photos etc. If one deletes a photo in the phone it moves to trash both on the phone and on the web. This works the other way round. If a Photo is restored from ...
The easiest way is to make the nandroid via a third party recovery (E.g. CWM, TWRP, PhilZ etc.) and copy that onto your PC of course. If this option isn't possible: From XDA Developers on Nandroid to PC This guide is intended to make a full backup of your android phone (the entire memory block with all partitions) or a single partition (including sdcards, ...
Like Chahk said, the folder is /sdcard/TextSecureExport. I've had trouble accessing it (even after moving it) over the camera-centric USB interfaces. I ended up compressing the file to a Zip archive using ES File Explorer and then using Google Drive to browse and upload the file. This also makes it easy to pull back down to a different device or after ...
I was able to flawlessly root Nexus One with stock 2.3.6 with DooMLoRD's Easy Rooting Toolkit [v4.0](zergRush Exploit). This also installed Busybox and Superuser app. No bootloader unlock or wipe was performed and no user data or apps were lost. Some useful info can be also obtained here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/wiki/HTC_Nexus_One/Flashing_Guide
When you invoke the adb backup command, this is the screen popping up on your device: The button you would need to hit is "Back up my data". So after invoking the command, wait for 3..5 seconds to be sure the screen is "loaded", then hit the area on the lower-right where the button should be. The backup process then should start immediately. Even if you ...
Just follow the instructions here : Rooting Nexus 5 Next time do search on xda for any custom rom, rooting related information!
If the Galaxy S is rooted, you could use Titanium Backup to back up the app including its data. If the Nexus is rooted as well, you could try restoring this backup there directly; with some luck, the entire app works there as well, and there's nothing else to do. If not (or the restored app won't work on the Nexus), you could extract the app's database file ...
Titanium Backup (link to Google play store) will backup any android app, including Google Authenticator. However, you must root your phone for this to be a viable option. I would also recommend printing the Google backup codes too. This isn't quite backing up the Google Authenticator app, but they would allow you to reset the authenticator if necessary. ...
You don't need to back up the Google Authenticator app/data as you can create a list of 'Backup codes' which you can use to log in without requiring a authentication code on the same page that you configure 2-step authentication. Why print or download backup codes? Backup codes are especially useful for people who travel, have problems receiving SMS ...
It depends on what application you record your voice with. But maybe it save the voices in a folder which is hidden. (the folders which have dots at the first of their names.)
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