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[RECOVERY][crespo4g] TWRP 2.8.7.0 touch recovery [2015-06-23]

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1st August 2011, 09:15 PM |#21  
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Has Nandroid restore been tested yet? I made a (compressed) image, flashed to a different rom for testing, and on restore, TWRP is showing successful, but I get returned to bootloader because I appear to have no (edit) boot data.

Reflashed rom, and restored everything but boot and I'm good to go.
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1st August 2011, 09:34 PM |#22  
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Has Nandroid restore been tested yet? I made a (compressed) image, flashed to a different rom for testing, and on restore, TWRP is showing successful, but I get returned to bootloader because I appear to have no (edit) boot data.

Check your sdcard for a twrp folder. In there (and inside some other subfolders) you should find your backup. Look for one called boot.win. Rename this to boot.img and try to open it with a image viewing tool. Make sure that it isn't 0 bytes in size. Also might help if you upload the file somewhere like dropbox or the like and provide a link. Do you know what kernel you were using?
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yeah the first attempt i selected recovery img and manually selected wipe cache[s]. it prompted successful execute, but recovered cwm recovery (no recovery)lol. just rebooted and the second attempt i didnt check wipe cache[s]. all is GOOD now lol.

Thanks..I will give it a shot
1st August 2011, 09:41 PM |#24  
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This is effing awesome

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Boot.win is 8MB, and is not compressed -- As I'd selected to compress backups, it is trying to decompress this and flash the output?
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problem here..............was using latest 4g teamwin recovery and it did not restore properly. Sent me to fastboot. So i flash clockwork back and now any backup i try to restore gives me an error: "error while flashing boot image!". Anyone got any idea? I did fastboot erase recovery and then i did fastboot flash recovery recovery.img

UPDATE: Ok so i did a fresh backup with clockwork and then restored. Apparently for me, no backup (from clockwork) that was made before i flashed Teamwin Recovery will work. Only a fresh one made after an install and uninstall of Teamwin. Weird.
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I'm not sure how I feel about backup images that are not compatible with fastboot. Other than that, this is mighty tasty.

P.S. You lost your horse? Whatever...
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I'm not sure how I feel about backup images that are not compatible with fastboot. Other than that, this is mighty tasty.

P.S. You lost your horse? Whatever...

Who said they weren't?
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Who said they weren't?

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You can fastboot these backups:
boot/recovery/efs

You cannot fastboot these:
system/data/cache/sd-ext/.android_secure

Hope that clears it up.

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Has Nandroid restore been tested yet? I made a (compressed) image, flashed to a different rom for testing, and on restore, TWRP is showing successful, but I get returned to bootloader because I appear to have no (edit) boot data.

Reflashed rom, and restored everything but boot and I'm good to go.

Just gave this a whirl on mine and it worked 100%. I did a full wipe first. Restored my compressed backup. Booted (see my boot animation below).











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