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By Farshid-Iran, Member on 16th January 2014, 10:39 AM
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22nd January 2014, 03:35 AM |#21  
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I stand corrected ...Your backup is corrupted i.e system backup is different or was not written properly or some thing happened .

Copy the files except nandroid.md5 to another folder inside clockworkmod folder
Either you can also delete nandroid.md5 (keep it backed up in case ) and do the same

Go to adb shell and

Code:
md5sum *.* > nandroid.md5
You can do two things after this


A)Flash the ROM which was backed up by you .
Go to recovery
Factory reset it .(Just as a precaution)
Use advanced restore to restore data
Cache restore is pointless .system restore is not recommended since it might be corrupted.
In case of stock rom flash superuser zip for rooting
In case of locked bootloader flash recovery for recovery ...

B)Use complete restore .NOT Recommended but if you are feeling lucky go ahead ...
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22nd January 2014, 07:24 AM |#22  
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No need to redo md5. Open up your md5 file, clear averything in it, save. You'll have 0 byte md5 file. Restore from cwm as usual. Empty md5 file will skip hash check and restore backup immediately.

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22nd January 2014, 11:04 AM |#23  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by karandpr

I stand corrected ...Your backup is corrupted i.e system backup is different or was not written properly or some thing happened .

Copy the files except nandroid.md5 to another folder inside clockworkmod folder
Either you can also delete nandroid.md5 (keep it backed up in case ) and do the same

Go to adb shell and

Code:
md5sum *.* > nandroid.md5
You can do two things after this


A)Flash the ROM which was backed up by you .
Go to recovery
Factory reset it .(Just as a precaution)
Use advanced restore to restore data
Cache restore is pointless .system restore is not recommended since it might be corrupted.
In case of stock rom flash superuser zip for rooting
In case of locked bootloader flash recovery for recovery ...

B)Use complete restore .NOT Recommended but if you are feeling lucky go ahead ...

Sorry if I bother you but can you explain what is that

Go to adb shell and

Code:
md5sum *.* > nandroid.md5

By the way I make this backup 1 year ago and I have restore it two days after I made it and it back normally without any problem

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