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In general, you need to root the device to make a full backup. After you've rooted the device, use nandroid (which it seems you already know about). You can make a backup that doesn't include the OS by following one of the answers to How do I perform a full pre-rooting backup of an Android phone? By flashing the stock ROM and recovery for your device, and ...


You didn't specify which device you own, but by the tag I assume it is a Nexus 5. Flashing TWRP is pretty easy, especially on Nexus devices. Download the newest .img file here: http://techerrata.com/file/twrp2/hammerhead/openrecovery-twrp- Turn off your device. Turn on the device and keep holding volume down until a menu shows up. ...


That is not the correct procedure. After you get the firmware you need to unzip it and from that folder run the following commands, assuming that you're on Linux: sudo fastboot flash partition gpt.bin sudo fastboot flash motoboot motoboot.img sudo fastboot flash logo logo.bin sudo fastboot flash boot boot.img sudo fastboot flash recovery recovery.img sudo ...


Root wasn't needed,but I first tried to uninstall system apps to make the system faster, but there wasn't a really huge difference. I had to unlock the bootloader to flash recovery (TWRP), and now I have a custom ROM on (AOSPA 4.6).


A zip package that contains a firmware update always includes two files in META-INF/com/google/android: updater-script and update-binary. updater-script is a text file containing commands required to install the update. update-binary translates the commands into binary code. In Android 4.4 KitKat, Google has changed the interface that updater-script uses ...


Using the Android SDK Platform Tools, with adb. Connect your device via USB to your PC, and open a command prompt. adb devices Once your device is recognized, continue. adb backup -all -f C:\backup.ab This will use the defaults to backup only app and device data (not the APKs themselves) to the current directory as 'backup.ab'. To include system ...


I hope my idea will help you fix your phone. remove the battery connect your phone to pc press volume up and volume down together then put your battery then youwill be in download mode. download the original firmware of samsung galaxy pocket gt-s5300 and extract in your pc. using ODIN you can flash your phone and wait till its done. enjoy!

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