Let me preface this by stating that this is my first device with no removable storage, so this is a really noobish question. So here it goes. What is the safe way to do a data wipe without losing the emulated SD data? With my prior device the recovery had an option to wipe all partitions except SD which I found to be quite useful, but with no removable storage I am hesitant to wipe anything without knowing that the emulated SD is safe. Thanks in advance!
Also let me add that I am aware I can move the contents of the emulated SD, or backups to my PC and plan to.
Current Device: LG Nexus 5 (32GB) ROM: Stock Recovery: TWRP Kernel: Stock
Device: HTC EVO 3D *RETIRED* ROM: SmoothCriminal-v2.x / Anthrax'd CM 10 / Viper3D 1.0.0 r268 Firmware: 2.89 (Freeza's OTA) HBoot: ENG HBoot 1.04 Recovery: 4EXT v2.4.3 Kernel: AnThaX 3.6.7
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