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.... from recovery. Is it possible?
My backup is saved on internal sd, but i cant acces it from recovery for some reason.

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Its possible. Maybe your recovery is outdated so it doesn't have the option to use internal sd. Use the latest romracer's recovery.

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.... from recovery. Is it possible?
My backup is saved on internal sd, but i cant acces it from recovery for some reason.

Tnx

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Flash Romracers through fastboot >

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1204500
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Thank you guys,.. that was the problem,...

I Updated, actually downgraded recovery trough the ROM manager , and version was 5.0.2.0 i think,....

but i was prompted to `upgrade` , i couldn't backup my ROM if i didnt do it,.. i guess that was the only way?
 
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Thank you guys,.. that was the problem,...

I Updated, actually downgraded recovery trough the ROM manager , and version was 5.0.2.0 i think,....

but i was prompted to `upgrade` , i couldn't backup my ROM if i didnt do it,.. i guess that was the only way?
Dont use the one from rom manager. Romracer's recovery is different from the one from rom manager. Romracer's recovery is specialized for our atrix, so it can detect atrix partition, including partition for webtop and emmc (internal storage).

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While I agree with the previous post about using Romracers recovery, I don't agree with the reasoning, but you should definitely use Romracers. The ROM Manager version, if I am remembering correctly does not allow backup to external sdcard? I forget, but in any event, Romracer's recovery is the most stable and widely used for the Atrix. (Oh yeah, and avoid touch recovery).
 
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Thank you guys,...

I wonder, why they include ROM Manager in roms if we cant really use them?

Same thing with my Asus Transformer
 
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While I agree with the previous post about using Romracers recovery, I don't agree with the reasoning, but you should definitely use Romracers. The ROM Manager version, if I am remembering correctly does not allow backup to external sdcard? I forget, but in any event, Romracer's recovery is the most stable and widely used for the Atrix. (Oh yeah, and avoid touch recovery).
You re right. Thank you for the correction. I forget that its external storage that rom manager doesn't support.

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