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I did a restart of my phone and everything was back to normal. Hope this helps someone.
I removed the clean master app data from the backup and re-created the backup.ab file again using the Android Backup Extractor(ABE). It seems that the backed up file was corrupted and couldn't able to restore it properly. So I suggest to, use the adb backup command atleast twice to make sure the backup is fully completed and compare both file are same ...
I found a link to a signed stock kernel providing TWRP v220.127.116.11 on xda Forum : [ROM][I9100][5.1.1][OFFICIAL] CyanogenMod 12.1 Nightly Builds It can be flashed with the Cynogen Recovery. https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=24052804347787517
NO . It will not making an error if you just restore your app data not your ROM or OS
No backups are not connected to hardware problems. Hardware means physical part/s of the device. The backup is software, by that I mean the non-physical part (or correctly data). If you want detailed, please write us what was the problem with you phone. What did the service sad about the problem.
in spite of the popup which says to avoid asking for clarification, i need to ask for clarification. What type of data. Where is/was it stored? Reason 1 - if you are talking about sent messages and drafts gmail should store that automatically. check your folders @gmail. Reason 2 - if this is "deleted" data on device then you have a data recovery possible ...
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