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I had the same problem with stock Nexus 7 2012 GSM. First of all, the bootloader has to be unlocked. fastboot oem unlock Unlocking the bootloader deletes user data on the device (as a security precaution). If you haven't unlocked the bootloader before, you are now out of luck. Try to find if you have backups. (Contact data may be synced with your Google ...
I ran into this when I purchased a new phone. SD cards where not the same. One from my old phone would not fit the new one. Used windows to copy the Colornote files over to the new phone. First used USB cable on old phone and copied files to a folder on the Windows desktop. Next used a USB cable on the new phone and copied the files into the Data/colornote ...
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 (but I believe you already merged the archive parts the backup is done in), but I once made a backup after the ...
No, you will not be able to get your data back. This is security, and is by design. Some of your data will be backed up to the cloud (like your contacts are synced to GMail for instance). Anything on your device (pictures, SMS history, etc) are lost forever.
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