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I installed TWRP Manager from the Play Store yesterday on my Rooted T-Mobile S4 running Insane KitKat V8. I tried to do a clasic backup, the backup was finished but it was saved to main memory, and it must of been huge as I lost almost 5GB on main memory. I am going crazy trying to find where it was saved so I can delete it. There was nothing in /0/TWRP/ except a small file. Appreciate the help.

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I installed TWRP Manager from the Play Store yesterday on my Rooted T-Mobile S4 running Insane KitKat V8. I tried to do a clasic backup, the backup was finished but it was saved to main memory, and it must of been huge as I lost almost 5GB on main memory. I am going crazy trying to find where it was saved so I can delete it. There was nothing in /0/TWRP/ except a small file. Appreciate the help.

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Do you remember the name of the backup? If so, you can open es file manager and you can use the search function. Search under device.

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Do you remember the name of the backup? If so, you can open es file manager and you can use the search function. Search under device.

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not the full name, TWRP Manager saves the file with a date and time nsame, so it was 2014-05-09-?? as I do not know the time, but the file starts with 2014
 
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not the full name, TWRP Manager saves the file with a date and time nsame, so it was 2014-05-09-?? as I do not know the time, but the file starts with 2014
OK. Open es file explorer and click where it says sdcard and choose device. Then click on search, type 2014 and all of the 2014 files will show up. When you find your backup just copy and paste to your twrp folder under sdcard.

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Check TWRP mngr settings and confirm that main memory is internal or external.

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I installed TWRP Manager from the Play Store yesterday on my Rooted T-Mobile S4 running Insane KitKat V8. I tried to do a clasic backup, the backup was finished but it was saved to main memory, and it must of been huge as I lost almost 5GB on main memory. I am going crazy trying to find where it was saved so I can delete it. There was nothing in /0/TWRP/ except a small file. Appreciate the help.

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Actually my rom is 1.8 gigs.

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Actually my rom is 1.8 gigs.

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