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Default (Q)Stock Rooted 4.3 Recovery?

What happens if I reboot to recovery mode via Xposed Framework's custom boot menu? I'm afraid to do anything because of this bootloader penitentiary.

Plus I think I'm gonna wait a week or so to Safestrap. I sure would love to have a nandroid!

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What happens if I reboot to recovery mode via Xposed Framework's custom boot menu? I'm afraid to do anything because of this bootloader penitentiary.

Plus I think I'm gonna wait a week or so to Safestrap. I sure would love to have a nandroid!

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All that will happen is that you be booted into the stock recovery.
Phone: Galaxy S3
Android Version: 4.4.4
Recovery: Philz Touch CWM
Current ROM: CM 11.0 M8
Kernel: BMS
Baseband: ML1
 
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What are my options once there? Can I nand?

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What are my options once there? Can I nand?

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Yes. Safestraps recovery is like TWRP.
It runs seperately from the stock recovery so as not to hork the phone.

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I'm confused, I haven't installed the safestrap yet. I've rooted with saferoot and that's it...
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your options in the stock recovery are very limited you can factory reset but you cannot nand.
Phone: Galaxy S3
Android Version: 4.4.4
Recovery: Philz Touch CWM
Current ROM: CM 11.0 M8
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You can't do much in a stock recovery.

You can install a custom recovery called safestrap if you want, but right now you can't nandroid.

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You can't do much in a stock recovery.

You can install a custom recovery called safestrap if you want, but right now you can't nandroid.

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i used to have a gs4 with safestrap, and unless somethings changed i dont think it has ever had the ability to nand backup. Correct me if im wrong though.
Phone: Galaxy S3
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i used to have a gs4 with safestrap, and unless somethings changed i dont think it has ever had the ability to nand backup. Correct me if im wrong though.
You can nandroid on each system. You make a backup just like normal, but it only backs up the slot that you want it to. It doesn't backup every slot at once.

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