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I unlike cloud backup because of high priced internet plans in my country, and the answer by Lord Ralf Adolf didn't work for my device somehow. Ultimately, I had to find a solution which is supposed to be no pain only gain. Here we go with one mentioned below. Notes: The solution requires a USB cable, MTP enabled (available in Android 4.xx and 5.xx) in ...


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depending on your operating system you can use Picture managers programs I will list two free software one for windows and one for linux (I am a linux user so may be the linux methode is better ) under windows (any version in the screen shots it will be XP was the easiest to get on a virtual machine ) Picassa : a powerful image manager and editor with a ...


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QuickPic has a Cloud Backup function that supports many services, such as Google Drive, Dropbox, Owncloud, etc. Just run the app, make sure all your images or videos are showing up, then access the cloud backup from the app settings.


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An recent update to MarketMarks has fixed this bug, and it now works as expected. Furthermore, the user can now customize the folder where the backups are stored.


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Problem solved! For anyone experiencing the same problem, just go and reset the G+ app from your smartphone, as the moderator of the G+ help community suggested here https://plus.google.com/100019569307292537451/posts/WFA457VbJRA It worked for me :) Good luck!


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Try backing up the entire Google app, not just the Google Now Launcher as it does not store any data itself. Backing up the Google app (and you can try the Google Now Launcher) in addition to it, should work.


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Try to download and install SD maid in your device and clear your phone cache and reboot your device that should work


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In sony tipo go for contacts press [at the bottom there well be three buttons press right side last one like four lines] then go for backup contacts the back up to sim, memory card or intenal storage.


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IF you simply backup an Apk application, from within TiB, and then restore that app, you probably WILL have problems, for such system apks on some devices (certainly, that's my experience on Lollipop for several devices lately). Instead, use the built in function to restore the DeviceID from another Nandroid-style backup, or when it prompts you during the ...


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sigh I'm really sorry if this is the case, and you seem to be careful judging by your screenshots and command lines, but I discovered to my chagrin the same symptoms and thought I'd post just in case future discoverers make it here. It turns out that adb is very picky about single vs. double dashes in its options. For me, double dashes reproduced this case ...


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Sadly, it cannot be done. WhatsApp doesn't allow any other time to be set for the automatic backup of messages.


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A backup created via recovery is a nandroid backup. Yes, the nandroid backup created by any recovery (CWM, TWRP) will be exact replica of the phone state when the backup was taken- that means it'll have all the files/ data that you have on the phone. Here is a good article about nandroid backups


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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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