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20th May 2014, 02:28 AM   |  #11  
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hello, i tried this with my MT6572 Device [Firefly S120 - Rebranded Cubot C11] i followed exactly as said, well not the coffee ones

and here is my log, notice the bolded and underlined letters, i need help thanks in advance

Code:
In system already available:  Android Debug Bridge version 1.0.31

 --->>> Connect to device <<<---
 --- The preservation folder on the computer: C:\Users\Kristian Acel Cua\Desktop\MTK Droid Tool\backups\FIREFLY_S120_140117_backup_140520-075724\
 --- In phone files will remain in the folder: /storage/sdcard0/clockworkmod/backup/140520-075724/
 --- scatter is write to the file: 
C:\Users\Kristian Acel Cua\Desktop\MTK Droid Tool\backups\FIREFLY_S120_140117_backup_140520-075724\MT6572_Android_scatter.txt
 --- We keep blocks: 
 - preloader_and_dsp
 - MBR
 - EBR1
 - nodl_pro_info
 - nvram.bin
 - userdata_nvram_only.tar
 - nodl_protect_f.ext4.img
 - nodl_protect_f.ext4.tar
 - nodl_protect_s.ext4.img
 - nodl_protect_s.ext4.tar
 - nodl_seccfg
 - lk.bin
 - boot.img
 - recovery.img
 - secro.img
 - nodl_misc
 - logo.bin
 - nodl_expdb
 - system.ext4.img
 - system.ext4.tar - ERROR - tar: write error: No space left on device
 --- We keep folders contents copying on PC 
   - /data/nvram
   - /system
  --- We pack everything kept in archive: C:\Users\Kristian Acel Cua\Desktop\MTK Droid Tool\backups\FIREFLY_S120_140117_backup_140520-075724.zip
 --- task end with ERROR  ---
 --- Check and copying of files in the folder: C:\Users\Kristian Acel Cua\Desktop\MTK Droid Tool\backups\FIREFLY_S120_140117_backup_140520-075724\!Files_to_FlashTool\
  -- preloader_and_dsp: md5 OK;  ... it is copied  ... cut OK
  -- MBR: md5 OK;  ... it is copied 
  -- EBR1: md5 OK;  ... it is copied 
  -- nodl_pro_info: md5 OK; 
  -- nvram.bin: md5 OK; 
  -- userdata_nvram_only.tar: md5 OK; 
  -- nodl_protect_f.ext4.img: md5 OK; 
  -- nodl_protect_f.ext4.tar: md5 OK; 
  -- nodl_protect_s.ext4.img: md5 OK; 
  -- nodl_protect_s.ext4.tar: md5 OK; 
  -- nodl_seccfg: md5 OK; 
  -- lk.bin: md5 OK;  ... it is copied 
  -- boot.img: md5 OK;  ... it is copied 
  -- recovery.img: md5 OK;  ... it is copied 
  -- secro.img: md5 OK;  ... it is copied 
  -- nodl_misc: md5 OK; 
  -- logo.bin: md5 OK;  ... it is copied 
  -- nodl_expdb: md5 OK; 
  -- system.ext4.img: md5 OK;  ... it is copied 
 --- copying is complete  ---

 --->>> Connect to device <<<---
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hello, i tried this with my MT6572 Device [Firefly S120 - Rebranded Cubot C11] i followed exactly as said, well not the coffee ones

and here is my log, notice the bolded and underlined letters, i need help thanks in advance

Code:
In system already available:  Android Debug Bridge version 1.0.31

 --->>> Connect to device <<<---
 --- The preservation folder on the computer: C:\Users\Kristian Acel Cua\Desktop\MTK Droid Tool\backups\FIREFLY_S120_140117_backup_140520-075724\
 --- In phone files will remain in the folder: /storage/sdcard0/clockworkmod/backup/140520-075724/
 --- scatter is write to the file: 
C:\Users\Kristian Acel Cua\Desktop\MTK Droid Tool\backups\FIREFLY_S120_140117_backup_140520-075724\MT6572_Android_scatter.txt
 --- We keep blocks: 
 - preloader_and_dsp
 - MBR
 - EBR1
 - nodl_pro_info
 - nvram.bin
 - userdata_nvram_only.tar
 - nodl_protect_f.ext4.img
 - nodl_protect_f.ext4.tar
 - nodl_protect_s.ext4.img
 - nodl_protect_s.ext4.tar
 - nodl_seccfg
 - lk.bin
 - boot.img
 - recovery.img
 - secro.img
 - nodl_misc
 - logo.bin
 - nodl_expdb
 - system.ext4.img
 - system.ext4.tar - ERROR - tar: write error: No space left on device
 --- We keep folders contents copying on PC 
   - /data/nvram
   - /system
  --- We pack everything kept in archive: C:\Users\Kristian Acel Cua\Desktop\MTK Droid Tool\backups\FIREFLY_S120_140117_backup_140520-075724.zip
 --- task end with ERROR  ---
 --- Check and copying of files in the folder: C:\Users\Kristian Acel Cua\Desktop\MTK Droid Tool\backups\FIREFLY_S120_140117_backup_140520-075724\!Files_to_FlashTool\
  -- preloader_and_dsp: md5 OK;  ... it is copied  ... cut OK
  -- MBR: md5 OK;  ... it is copied 
  -- EBR1: md5 OK;  ... it is copied 
  -- nodl_pro_info: md5 OK; 
  -- nvram.bin: md5 OK; 
  -- userdata_nvram_only.tar: md5 OK; 
  -- nodl_protect_f.ext4.img: md5 OK; 
  -- nodl_protect_f.ext4.tar: md5 OK; 
  -- nodl_protect_s.ext4.img: md5 OK; 
  -- nodl_protect_s.ext4.tar: md5 OK; 
  -- nodl_seccfg: md5 OK; 
  -- lk.bin: md5 OK;  ... it is copied 
  -- boot.img: md5 OK;  ... it is copied 
  -- recovery.img: md5 OK;  ... it is copied 
  -- secro.img: md5 OK;  ... it is copied 
  -- nodl_misc: md5 OK; 
  -- logo.bin: md5 OK;  ... it is copied 
  -- nodl_expdb: md5 OK; 
  -- system.ext4.img: md5 OK;  ... it is copied 
 --- copying is complete  ---

 --->>> Connect to device <<<---

i think in your case you should use latest mtk tools as mtk6572 is new
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i think in your case you should use latest mtk tools as mtk6572 is new

thanks sir, but i already fixed that. my problem now is, mtk droid tools did not generate a backup image of ANDROID, USRDATA, and CACHE .. which is all needed in SPFT .. how can i fix it ? please ? thanks
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thanks sir, but i already fixed that. my problem now is, mtk droid tools did not generate a backup image of ANDROID, USRDATA, and CACHE .. which is all needed in SPFT .. how can i fix it ? please ? thanks

I hink you did not read ... mtk6572 has different base.. so the old mtkdroid tools cant generate backup as i am told that the path are diff. so if you are not using latest one no one could help you out
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I hink you did not read ... mtk6572 has different base.. so the old mtkdroid tools cant generate backup as i am told that the path are diff. so if you are not using latest one no one could help you out

well, i tried the latest version sir. and even dared to test with the old versions too just to be sure lol .. still, no usrdata, android, and cache backups generated
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hello, i tried this with my MT6572 Device [Firefly S120 - Rebranded Cubot C11] i followed exactly as said, well not the coffee ones

and here is my log, notice the bolded and underlined letters, i need help thanks in advance

Code:
In system already available:  Android Debug Bridge version 1.0.31

 --->>> Connect to device <<<---
 --- The preservation folder on the computer: C:\Users\Kristian Acel Cua\Desktop\MTK Droid Tool\backups\FIREFLY_S120_140117_backup_140520-075724\
 --- In phone files will remain in the folder: /storage/sdcard0/clockworkmod/backup/140520-075724/
 --- scatter is write to the file: 
C:\Users\Kristian Acel Cua\Desktop\MTK Droid Tool\backups\FIREFLY_S120_140117_backup_140520-075724\MT6572_Android_scatter.txt
.........
 - nodl_expdb
 - system.ext4.img
 - system.ext4.tar - ERROR - tar: write error: No space left on device
 --- We keep folders contents copying on PC 
   - /data/nvram
   - /system
  --- We pack everything kept in archive: C:\Users\Kristian Acel Cua\Desktop\MTK Droid Tool\backups\FIREFLY_S120_140117_backup_140520-075724.zip
 --- task end with ERROR  ---
 --- Check and copying of files in the folder: C:\Users\Kristian Acel Cua\Desktop\MTK Droid Tool\backups\FIREFLY_S120_140117_backup_140520-075724\!Files_to_FlashTool\
  .................

 --->>> Connect to device <<<---

I am not an expert but did you check the available free space on C: partition of your PC? It seems to me that "system.ext4.tar - ERROR - tar: write error: No space left on device" it referring to such an issue. This backup operations can require quite a space sometimes.
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29th August 2014, 03:38 PM   |  #17  
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Hey Guyz i have starting backing up my Mtk Device And it took for abt 10 mins and yet its not finished ?
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I am not an expert but did you check the available free space on C: partition of your PC? It seems to me that "system.ext4.tar - ERROR - tar: write error: No space left on device" it referring to such an issue. This backup operations can require quite a space sometimes.

... Also check your internal SD for free space as some of the backups can end up in cwm folder.

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Hey Guyz i have starting backing up my Mtk Device And it took for abt 10 mins and yet its not finished ?

It can last up to an hour depending of PC, used data and system space, etc.
3rd September 2014, 11:49 PM   |  #19  
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well, i tried the latest version sir. and even dared to test with the old versions too just to be sure lol .. still, no usrdata, android, and cache backups generated

I backup apps, userdata and cache with Titanium Backup. After a nandroid restore (e.g., CWM) Titanium Backup does the rest. Hope this helps.

Btw, Looking forward to your Firefly S120 (aka Cubot C11) custom ROMs
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Hello,
This way doesn't work.
It needs to backup every data on the phone from root !
This way backup only the system folder... Then, every apps data are not saved.

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