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I was able to finally get Google Photos to back everything up. It's not a perfect solution, but it does seem to work for now. Uninstall / Reinstall. I just completely uninstalled the app, then immediately reinstalled it from the Google Play store. One of the first things it asked about in its "first-time setup" procedure was whether or not I wanted it to ...


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There's APK Export which is good just for that purpose: it's only 112 kB and it's free with no ads or in-app suggestions to get the pro version.


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If the device is rooted you can manually restore the backup. On a PC extract the backup file using Android Backup extractor. This will convert the backup to a TAR archive. (optional) extract the APK files (if the backup contains not only app data) and install them via adb. Upload the TAR archive to your device via adb push and untar it. Copy the files you ...


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You could trying plugging in a mouse to your device via an OTG cable. Then you should be able to access your notifications bar and configure your phone to communicate with the PC.


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Rather than trying to find an old version of adb, it's easier to add quotes to the arguments to adb backup : adb backup "-apk -shared -all -f C:\Users\NAME\backup.ab"


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You can use adb backup. You can specify the package name for backup a single app. adb backup [-f <file>] [-apk|-noapk] [-obb|-noobb] [-shared|-noshared] [-all] [-system|nosystem] [-keyvalue|-nokeyvalue] [<packages...>] adb restore <file> Note: some apps won't allow adb backup. even if adb backup is allowed, cache is not included. ...


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