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oliverisboss
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So after a lot of pain and toil, i managed to root my chinese Tudou91 D1. I want to make a backup which i can "install update from sd" and bring everything back to normal! everything is stock, just that i have root access. I read something about bootloader on other forums but i'm unsure. So i basically want to create an update.zip which i can install from recovery.
Please dont tell me to go search because i have and they all talk about their own phones, and none of them use stock recovery.

Please help and thanks.

PS. I got rom manager and wanted to install TWRP or CWM but it said device is unsupported, so i don't want to risk it.

alps tudou91 d1
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So after a lot of pain and toil, i managed to root my chinese Tudou91 D1. I want to make a backup which i can "install update from sd" and bring everything back to normal! everything is stock, just that i have root access. I read something about bootloader on other forums but i'm unsure. So i basically want to create an update.zip which i can install from recovery.
Please dont tell me to go search because i have and they all talk about their own phones, and none of them use stock recovery.

Please help and thanks.

PS. I got rom manager and wanted to install TWRP or CWM but it said device is unsupported, so i don't want to risk it.

alps tudou91 d1
1.2 ghz
mt6589
5.2 in display
Unfortunately you can not create a NANDROID backup, or restore one, from stock recovery. You need a custom recovery like TWRP or CWM to do that. I see that your device is unsupported, but it's the only way.

I know recoveries can be ported, so maybe you can find if anyone has done it already. Or read about porting if you feel like trying it for yourself.

Good luck
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