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You need a phone with root access. The folder that usually stores the contacts is data/data/com.android.providers.contacts/databases/contacts.db As you would imagine they are placed in a 'safer' part of the device storage. However, the /data folder is accessed via root directory / You can root the device or you can use a Contacts Contract to access the ...


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To restore a nandroid backup, the device cannot be in "normal operation mode". You have to boot into your (custom) recovery (see our tag-wikis on: recovery-mode / clockworkmod / twrp), from where you can trigger a full restore. With ClockworkMod Recovery, it is e.g. found in the Backup & Restore sub-menu. Stock recoveries don't offer taking/restoring ...


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I used an OTG adapter and a keyboard. Plugged it in and then powered up. Typed in my code then plugged into laptop running Kies. Got all my contacts and messages and more


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The Xperia Z supports USB-on-the-go, so with a USB-OTG adaptor and a USB keyboard you should be able to enter the encryption passphrase to boot the device.


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This would be the toolkit needed to help alleviate your bootloop. Read the whole thread to fully understand what is going on. http://forum.xda-developers.com/nexus-4/orig-development/toolkit-wugs-nexus-root-toolkit-v1-8-2-t2015469 You'll be able to root your device, fix your problem, then if wanted you can relock your device or install a custom ROM. I used ...


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As your device is rooted I assume you can download nexus root toolkit to pull and push files, it automatically handles both, bootloader booting and fastboot, through adb, if however you didn't have usb debugging enabled I cant help you.



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