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Is it possible to use adb backup in order to make a copy of tablet? In fact I want to recover the contents of a tablet using adb backup and then install it on the tablet that have the same type with the same version of Android using adb restore backup.ab.

marked as duplicate by Izzy, t0mm13b, ce4, Flow Apr 3 '13 at 9:27

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  • Just to make clear - the ROM must be identical, otherwise there will be room for errors, force-closes etc. The part is not 100% clear - do you have two identical tablets - same make, manufacturer, ROM? (Am not 100% sure if you're implying to adb backup and restore on to the same tablet - hence my comment) :) – t0mm13b Apr 2 '13 at 15:20
  • I have two identical tablet but not the some list of application installed in both. i used the first and i executed adb backup -all. Then i executed restore for the second, i found their is icon of some application that are installed in only one of them, but when i try to run application. i have a message application is not installed – user2214851 Apr 2 '13 at 15:29
  • Did you sign into your Google account on the second tablet (the destination of the adb backup)? – t0mm13b Apr 2 '13 at 15:31
  • uses, i use the some google count – user2214851 Apr 2 '13 at 15:47

We already had this question as part of Restoring an ADB backup onto a different phone of the same model?. It should be possible, at least theoretically, and at least when all devices are of the same brand and model as well as share the same Android version.

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