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It contains 96x96 pixel versions of your photos. The file is simply a concatenation of JPEG files. You can split it into individual JPG files by searching for the signatures indicating the start and end of a JPG file, i.e. the two bytes FF D8 for the start and FF D9 as the end. If you can transfer the file to your computer and you can access Python, the ...


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After doing a little research, it looks like the basic theory is that you have to go through that initial Welcome screen up to a minimally-usable environment, then root the phone, then use adb from your desktop to get to a root shell on the running phone. From there, you have raw access to the memory devices, and can dd them off (onto an SD card, over the ...


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Just enter into fast boot mode and connect my mobile with PC Just flash the same ROM, Which i have already have in my mobile ( I haven't done "erase userdata") After flashing the ROM, Reboot my mobile I got all apps and datas. Also i connected my mobile with PC, now its detected the internal memory of my mobile, here i can copy the required pictures and ...


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Actually all of the data mentioned by you is stored in the cloud. Except your pics unless you have uploaded them via picasa etc.


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Simply you can't. If you have made an nandroid backup, you can flash that one in recovery and you will get your data back


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Google backup is unreliable and won't back up everything, however it should be fairly easy to make a backup yourself next time. You can use ADB to make a full backup. You'll need to install ADB first: on Linux sudo apt-get install adb usually works, on Windows you'll need to download it from somewhere. Turn on USB debugging (in developer options, to access ...


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It's not possible to get it back through WhatsApp, since they don't store images on their servers anymore after you've downloaded them once. You can try and use your Photos app and then through the menu look at your Trash; deleted pictures should still be there for 30 days if I'm not mistaken. Another option might be to check a photo backup service if ...


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I have an otg cable and mouse and yes it will work although it will take some time to get used you should know that when you want to move you have to click and drag but other than that just a mouse should work fine



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