This is a pretty annoying situation I've found myself in.
A section of my screen has become non-responsive, sort of across the top, where the top row of digits would be.
I read online that a possible fix would be performing a factory reset. which I did. Didn't solve the issue, so I think the digitizer might be damaged somewhat, which I'm going to look into getting repaired.
Anyway, I had previously done a backup of my data through TWRP but, wouldn't you know it, the section that is nonresponsive falls exactly where the Backup/Restore buttons are, so I can't restore my data now.
Are there alternative means for me to restore this data? I know there's a thing called adb restore, but I'm not sure if it's the same and wanted to make sure before toying with anything.
I know that TWRP has a Terminal under Advanced. Is it possible to do anything with that?
The bootloader on the phone is unlocked and was rooted, up until now, I guess.
OK. I figured out that you can use adb through TWRP recovery.
adb shell twrp restore
However when I do this through CMD it says no partitions selected.