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1st September 2014, 10:53 PM |#21  
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I have a nandroid backup from cwm just before i fcud up - is there any way to restore this ?

Thanks for your help so far geezers

Here is cwm https://clockworkmod.com/rommanager. You should be able to restore the nandroid

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1st September 2014, 10:57 PM |#22  
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I have a nandroid backup from cwm just before i fcud up - is there any way to restore this ?

Thanks for your help so far geezers

If you get the md5 mismatch error message try to remember which CWM version did you use to create backup.

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I dont belieeeve it ! - I am back up and running as if nothing ever happened
& all my files are intact - phew.

Thankyou so much - jd1639 & tetakpatak

You have saved my bacon - I cant thank you enough
1st September 2014, 11:08 PM |#24  
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I dont belieeeve it ! - I am back up and running as if nothing ever happened
& all my files are intact - phew.

Thankyou so much - jd1639 & tetakpatak

You have saved my bacon - I cant thank you enough

Great job! Don't forget fastboot. Much better than a tool kit

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Time to learn how to do things the proper way - without kits !!!
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Time to learn how to do things the proper way - without kits !!!

Congratulations, mate!

There are some good guides for ADB here (I've linked one in my i9000 thread) and the guide by comminus for Nexus 7 is excellent to understand how fastboot is working. Otherways Linux OS is much more comfortable than Windows as it needs no drivers


Next time just always wipe /system next to data, cache and dalvik cache before installing a new ROM.

Happy flashing!

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Thanks again guyz
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Thanks again guyz

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