I ve been trying to find way to do a image backup then restore it back to a re-set device.
I dont think
adb backup / adb restore can do this.
- I installed all Apps and configured all settings for system and apps.
- I did a [adb backup -all -f c:\xxx.ab] also tried other parameters. basically i backed up everything.
- I reset my andriod back to factory state.
- I did a [adb restore]
- I dont see any app show up on my android and no system settings has been configured.
How can I do a whole system image backup with all apps installed? The whole point is i need to used this back to restore into other same devices, so i dont have to go through the whole app install process again and again.
Some more info, The reason that I am trying to do this is that we have 60+ android devices (MK902 Android box)need to be pushed out in our building, on each device, I have to root it, install all Apps, configure system and apps. it is painful to go through this process on all devices. So I am thinking if there is any way to make a whole system image just like what we do on windows, then I can put that image into rest of devices, and change the device name later.
I used RK batch Tool to load a rooted img file into device for rooting. this img file contains boot.img, kernal.img and so on. I was trying to install all Apps and configure everything then make a img pack. but looks like it is too hard for me....i dont find any easy way or software to make this