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Tablet [Q] So many Nandroid backups, so little time

Hi all,

Ever since getting my S4, I barely give any attention to my TF300T. That said, I have ~170GB of various Nandroid and drag-and-drop backups. What method would the awesome community at XDA suggest I use to consolidate all these backups, remove duplicate information and potentially recover some files I hadn't know I lost?

I look forward to the advice!

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Hi all,

Ever since getting my S4, I barely give any attention to my TF300T. That said, I have ~170GB of various Nandroid and drag-and-drop backups. What method would the awesome community at XDA suggest I use to consolidate all these backups, remove duplicate information and potentially recover some files I hadn't know I lost?

I look forward to the advice!

- O
Glary File Utilities has a mode that allows you to detect delete duplicate files...if that helps.
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