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[Q] Backup files in recovery or downlaod mode

29th April 2014, 04:20 PM |#31  
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a lot of pictures, app data for work, some notes,... i know i should have done backup. since this phone had 16 gb memory, i almost never putted stuff on external sd

How would a CWM Backup help then? I suggest you flash the Stock firmware via Odin (Download the latest build from Samfirmware and flash it via Odin.)
 
 
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already tried the samfirmware via odin, phone still has boot loop.
29th April 2014, 05:07 PM |#33  
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already tried the samfirmware via odin, phone still has boot loop.

Is it the correct firmware for the i9000m?
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Is it the correct firmware for the i9000m?

yes i use the ugkg3 specified for the i9000m
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now i will try to format system folder only then reinstall stock rom it shouldn't delete data folder?
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now i will try to format system folder only then reinstall stock rom it shouldn't delete data folder?

I just checked, it says apps will be deleted. :/
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