New answers tagged

0

Following this quora answer might solve the problem. It's quite elaborate so I won't re-submit everything here. But basically this: copy device database copy device key use third party viewer for whatsapp Here's the link again https://www.quora.com/I-have-Crypt7-files-of-my-girlfriends-WhatsApp-How-can-I-read-her-messages


0

You need to execute the adb backup command on adb version 1.0.31. For windows i did: find your SDK folder (c:/users/.../AppData/Local/Android/sdk) rename tools & platform-tools to tools.bak & platform-tools.bak download http://dl-ssl.google.com/android/repository/tools_r22.3-windows.zip download http://dl-ssl.google.com/android/repository/platform-...


0

Latest release of S-Health has got export as a build-in feature


2

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 ...


0

LG's built-in backup is very good, alternatively you can use adb backup. adb backup -all Now unlock your device and confirm the backup operation. Unplug old phone plug in new phone, adb restore backup.ab Now unlock your device and confirm the restore operation.


2

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 ...


-1

Actually you can control your phone on your MAc, just need to operate it by your mouse. There are many solutions listed out on the article: https://joyofandroid.com/unlock-android-device-with-dead-screen/. It's quite useful to me, you may try one to see if it can solve your problems.


0

Try to install TWRP recovery and full (or partial) backup can be done to additional SD card plugged to Your phone.


0

Here's the output of busybox nc -h from the Kindle Fire HDX I'm working on: BusyBox v1.20.2 (2013-01-21 11:34:41 CET) multi-call binary. Usage: nc [-iN] [-wN] [-l] [-p PORT] [-f FILE|IPADDR PORT] [-e PROG] Open a pipe to IP:PORT or FILE -e PROG Run PROG after connect -l Listen mode, for inbound connects (use -l twice ...


0

If you still have access to your old phone, perform a backup and then restore on your new phone. Make sure, however, that all your messages are present on your old phone or else you will lose the ones after 1st June. If you don't have your old phone, then I'm afraid there's no way you can retrieve those messages, for if there was, it sort of beats the ...


0

You can find WhatsApp data in the directory /data/data/com.whatsapp, just copy all the contents of subdirectory databases with adb pull /data/data/com.whatsapp/databases and transfer it onto your new VM with adb push path/to/saved/databases/directory /data/data/com.whatsapp/databases, be sure the target it's empty.


0

Have you tried powering up via safe mode? From POWER OFF... Press & HOLD the power button. When the "Galaxy S5" screen appears, release power and immediately press and HOLD the VolDown until it finishes booting up. That should boot without any but the critical apps/threads. Hopefully that will let you get into the device and pull backups.


0

Usually, factory-resets do not touch the SD cards (neither internal and explicitly not external) unless there's an option to explicitly do so and one has checked that. In my experience (as far as I can remember from CWM) my cards were never touched. I'm currently using twrp where one has to explicitly check the corresponding boxes if one wishes to wipe them ...


0

Why not using SD MAID? I've been using this tools to backup my Android apps so far. It's lightweight, and easy to use to get the apk from installed apps (without root needed). Step-by-steps : Download the SD MAID from Google Playstore Open SD MAID menu, swipe from the left side. Choose AppControl to show app that installed on your Android phone. Tap on ...


0

No. With the phone switched off you won't be able to back it up as your computer cannot detect it. And for an image backup, the system itself must not be running – which only leaves booting into recovery mode as an option, and then either doing a Nandroid backup or manually "clone" partitions (note that both would require a custom recovery). The only other ...



Top 50 recent answers are included