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I don't own cwm. I got twrp and in twrp u can choose what u backup. U can flash twrp zip via cwm recorvery and then reboot recorvery. U got New recorvery called twrp.

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Look here, I successfully made a backup of my system and data in cwm. It has to be stored somewhere, right? That is on my
sd>clockworkmod>backup> the date of backup

So my stuff is there somewhere, right?
In either a .tar file or .md5

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Look here, I successfully made a backup of my system and data in cwm. It has to be stored somewhere, right? That is on my
sd>clockworkmod>backup> the date of backup

So my stuff is there somewhere, right?
In either a .tar file or .md5

Am I right?



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Md5 but i think u can't flash ur backup via odin if u think so.

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Md5 but i think u can't flash ur backup via odin if u think so.

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Really? Any other way? Like converting it to regular files or something?

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...just reflash ur firmware via odin.. U can safe ur apps if u go do data/app folder with root explorer and copy them to sdcard. After that reflash ur firmware

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...just reflash ur firmware via odin.. U can safe ur apps if u go do data/app folder with root explorer and copy them to sdcard. After that reflash ur firmware

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But all my stuff?

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But all my stuff?

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If ur stuff is in extrnal sdcard.. They are safe. U can move ur stuff in sdcard to computer to BE sure

Edit: Oh yes u can remove ur sdcard while flashinh firmware. So u don't lose nothing
 
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If ur stuff is in extrnal sdcard.. They are safe. U can move ur stuff in sdcard to computer to BE sure

Edit: Oh yes u can remove ur sdcard while flashinh firmware. So u don't lose nothing
My stuff is on my sd card, yes. But I can't restore it.. it says Error while restoring /data!

What do I do now?

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If ur stuff is in extrnal sdcard.. They are safe. U can move ur stuff in sdcard to computer to BE sure

Edit: Oh yes u can remove ur sdcard while flashinh firmware. So u don't lose nothing
Nevermind.. I thought nandroid would backup internal SD also. But I read on the internet, and apparently it doesn't

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