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Please Help Me !!!

How did can I find important partions of any android device . Using adb or fastboot . Such as, boot, recovery, etc...

I mean to backup any androdi device rom . I have tried with "ls /dev/block/" . Then I see many things.

That is the output of "ls /dev/block/" I've tried another with "cat /proc/mounts" . This one give me more pressures . Take a look at this .

Pressures :P

Sorry for my English :'(

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You might want to take a look at this answer or, even better, at Android Folder Hierarchy, which most likely gives you the necessary details.

Using that information, your best approach to backup via ADB might be:

# find the device for the partition
mount | grep system
# from the output of the above (data from your screenshot), now back it up
# using "dd":
dd if=/dev/block/mmcblk0p12 of=/mnt/sdcard2/system.img bs=1M

if is the device to back up, of the target (I just placed the image file in the root of your sdcard, you might wish to adjust that). Take care not to mix up the two, or you might destroy your system! (this is why dd sometimes is backronymed "data destroyer"). bs defines how much data to read/write in a single operation, my example uses 1 MB; you might play with this and e.g. use "8M" to speed things up, but do not set this too high.

Above example just handles the /system partition. Repeat it similarly for any of the other ones listed in the linked question which you want to have backed up.

  • This error occurs. Why ? Please ! C:\Windows\System32>adb shell shell@android:/ $ su su shell@android:/ # mount | grep system mount | grep system sh: grep: not found 127|shell@android:/ # – Blacklist Human Jul 25 '13 at 11:33
  • Maybe because there's no grep found in $PATH? You could try busybox grep instead (if busybox is found). Or simply skip the grep part and check the output manually: this part is only needed once to find out where the devices are. Once you got them, they won't change, so you can save your dd statements for subsequent use. – Izzy Jul 25 '13 at 12:05

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