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Well Lol on me this was the foolish error i was continuously connecting and disconnecting my phone but finaly now its done


Now please also help me getting my data back i am just rerooting my z1 and getting back to 4.4 by nut!
Have you backup your data before? If so, what recovery did you use back then?

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Have you backup your data before? If so, what recovery did you use back then?

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Yes i had backed up using TWRP
Should i restore my data on .136 or it could be done on .681?
 
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Yes i had backed up using TWRP
Where is it? On you internal sdcard, or external sdcard?

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Where is it? On you internal sdcard, or external sdcard?

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Should i restore my data on .136 or it could be done on .681?
I doubt if you restore it, since your backup is based on 4.3, while you're on 4.4.2 now. But go on, give a try. If something go wrong, just wipe your data, and start from scratch.

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I doubt if you restore it, since your backup is based on 4.3, while you're on 4.4.2 now. But go on, give a try. If something go wrong, just wipe your data, and start from scratch.

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Restore failed Unable to mount system!!
That would be RIC issue I guess. Try to restore only /data instead restore all partition. So mounting and restoring /system will be skipped.

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