Originally Posted by Xardas
I don't think so...I make a nandroid every 4 days at least and every time I make a new one I erase the second-last made...never had a problem...the md5 mismatch error happens when the backup it's renamed or some files in it get changed...Maybe your it's a random error...don't worry and keep this last backup as it is..I hope from now on your restores will always work
ahahahahhaha was starting my sentence with... i don't think so!!! Great!!!
@Ian Jones may be your sd get corrupted or your backup get corrupted also.
Try this one.
Put your device in debug mode and connect it to your pc... start a command shell and navigate to the adb folder... i hope you already have it... so type these commands
cd /sdcard/clockworkmod/backup/your date
md5sum *img > nandroid.md5
It should recreate your md5sum... it seems to be a fix one.
Try it... if you have your backup dead at least you could have a chance to have it alive again
---------- Post added at 11:30 PM ---------- Previous post was at 11:15 PM ----------
Originally Posted by Ian Jones
i think i have found out why it is not working
in the back up file i want to use the foild called data.ext4 has only got 19.0mb in it. and on my older back ups this fils is around 400+mb
so by the looks of things, it did not save right.
Your backup is definitely dead... if you have time to waste you can try to copy a previous (a very close one) data.ext4 from another backup to replace the broken one and regenerate a md5sum then try to restore it... but i think there is nothing to do anymore mate.
---------- Post added 16th May 2012 at 12:22 AM ---------- Previous post was 15th May 2012 at 11:30 PM ----------
Originally Posted by ApriliaM3
That's what G_W_C uses that big sword in his signature for...
Slashing through the jungle of dodgy ROMs and kernels to reveal the gold
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