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is there a way to restore text doc. from nandroid back up without full restore?

14th May 2014, 09:25 AM |#1  
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As a title says ...I just changed JB with KK,before i did it i made nandroid back up. I forgot to save important text document inside "notebook" app. Is there a way to restore (extract or get) that document wthout full restore ???
 
 
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I never tried but there is an app called "Nandroid Manager" in Playstore which seems to do that.
If not working, you can search "extract from nandroid backup" in google, there are many other people asking the same question
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14th May 2014, 10:41 AM |#3  
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I never tried but there is an app called "Nandroid Manager" in Playstore which seems to do that.
If not working, you can search "extract from nandroid backup" in google, there are many other people asking the same question

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Tnx for the fast replay

well i bought nandroid manager and he do the trick but now i have a problem...can't find where are the data from the"NOTEBOOK" app stored????
any1 can help?
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I am not sure at all but I found this folder using an explorer:
/data/user/0/com.lge.Notebook/databases
I have created a new note in Notebook app, and the files timestamps in this folder have changed.
Maybe you should try to replace them with your old files and see if that works.
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well i bought nandroid manager and he do the trick but now i have a problem...can't find where are the data from the"NOTEBOOK" app stored????
any1 can help?

The notes you had made on our previous notebook should be in the android/data folder

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Yes, sorry, I found them in sdcard/Android/data/com.lge.Notebook/files. So, they will not be in the nandroid backup except if you backuped ext sdcard too. It is strange if they have disappeared though (except if the location has changed between JB and KK).
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Yes, sorry, I found them in sdcard/Android/data/com.lge.Notebook/files. So, they will not be in the nandroid backup except if you backuped ext sdcard too. It is strange if they have disappeared though (except if the location has changed between JB and KK).

no nandroids are for backing up the rom you were using at that moment(so that it may be restored if needed), and the things that can be restored from it are mainly apps/themes/system files that you had been running
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no nandroids are for backing up the rom you were using at that moment(so that it may be restored if needed), and the things that can be restored from it are mainly apps/themes/system files that you had been running

Tnx all for replay and you are right...this data are not backed up ...i just found out ....Tnx one more time to all for replay
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