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[Q]File recovery

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By JinxGenius, Junior Member on 25th June 2014, 05:50 AM
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Hi all,

I accidentally del two storage folder (yes, same name) in my phone and now all my media and personal files are gone,

is that just a link or it's actually all the files and I know I can't mount as UMS, would it be possible to recover the files?


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25th June 2014, 05:56 AM |#2  
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Originally Posted by JinxGenius

Hi all,

I accidentally del two storage folder (yes, same name) in my phone and now all my media and personal files are gone,

is that just a link or it's actually all the files and I know I can't mount as UMS, would it be possible to recover the files?


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25th June 2014, 06:56 AM |#3  
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Section 5.4 in the thread linked in my signature.

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ok... now I just noticed that I dont have proper root after the OTA 4.4.4,

does sideload still work with unlocked bootloader still? with the least tempering the memory?
25th June 2014, 07:19 AM |#5  
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Flashing the OTA will replace recovery and lose root but if your bootloader is still unlocked, just flash a recovery and root.

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Diskdigger sort of works, many thanks on the issue, at least I don't have to do everything from the beginning


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