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I managed to restore my text messages using a borrowed 3rd phone that is rooted! Using: The rooted phone with the broken screen that you want to restore from (Phone A) The rooted phone with the intact screen that you borrowed (Phone B) The unrooted phone that you want to restore to (Phone C) Do as follows: On Phone A: Activate recovery mode and pull ...


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This is not possible, as you need root to access the /data folder (for unrooted Nexus 5X). This question is similar: Can adb be used to recover SMS messages while in permanent “Safe Mode”?


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There are few ways that you can export it. it won't work on Settings>About Device and confirm you have an SM-G900? 1:Go to developer.samsung.com/health and download the Samsung Digital Health SDK Extract the files and read the ProgrammingGuide_SHealthService.pdf to find out how to put S Health into "Developer Mode" From the Health Data / tools install the ...


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You can use Kies. If that's not an option you can download Playlist Backup and use it to back-up your playlist. This application allows you to export your audio playlists (both System, Poweramp and Google Play Music playlists) to sdcard or Dropbox. You can keep as many backups as you want for each playlist, but as metadata.


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OK, this is how I fixed mine. I tried Hunter Perrin's solution: adb backup -apk\ -shared\ -all\ -system But it just returned immediately with no error, no backup screen on the phone. Through trial and error this worked for me: adb backup -all\


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As noted in the thread [How to] Helium Backup by Bassick, one should use the Helium Chrome app to activate Helium. Then it will works just fine.


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Try using the -a option to copy all file attributes: adb pull -p -a /sdcard


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There won't be an easy way covering everything, but the best approach most likely is: using adb backup / adb restore to cover 95% of the stuff (see Full Backup of non-rooted devices for details) catching the remains (SMS, probably also contacts) with a specialised app (as for contacts, you can also use the contacts app itself: Menu › Export/Import allows ...


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Current Situation I am afraid you have messed up things in a big way by flashing a ROM not meant for the device ,see this to get more understanding Can I install a ROM made for a different device? Also surprised that you were actually able to successfully install CM meant for another device I am not conversant with "dd" commands, but the probable reason it ...


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I only tried it on one app so far though but here goes. you must be able to access 'phone storage' on both phones. plug in the usb and connect the phone to your com. open phone storage. open 'Android' look for the app files you want and copy paste into your com. both from 'data' and 'obb'. If there's nothing inside the obb file don't bother copying, it ...



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