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Announcement from Bajanman: E-Team rocks!
Yesterday, 07:05 PM |#1541  
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I am using TWRP 2.8.5. I did the Nandroid to the internal SD, then copied that file onto the external SD. I hope my card isn't going bad. I guess I will copy its contents to my computer. Thanks for the amazing ROM and your support. I will not run the fix, as I don't want to mess with this perfection you have given us! Thanks again

You're very welcome. 👍
I always always back-up to my external sd. Then just to be safe make a copy on the laptop just in case. Same thing you plan on doing.
And I don't think you running that sd card fix would break anything. Not sure you know the Agni thread has a sd card fix, not sure if you were talking about that one or one on the playstore
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You're very welcome. 👍
I always always back-up to my external sd. Then just to be safe make a copy on the laptop just in case. Same thing you plan on doing.
And I don't think you running that sd card fix would break anything. Not sure you know the Agni thread has a sd card fix, not sure if you were talking about that one or one on the playstore

Thats a good question. I will look in the Agni thread. When I tried to run the TWRP Nandroid to the ext SD, TWRP forze up. I had to pull the battery and when I put it back in, then TWRP started as soon as I put the battery in, it had chosen backup as I had done before, but it was now putting the Nandroid on the internal card. I just assumed that TWRP couldn't see the card and since I had heard of SDFix, I assumed that might be the issue. But maybe my card is going bad. Bummer! In any case, I will quit monopolizing your time. Thanks for the great support!
Yesterday, 07:29 PM |#1543  
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Originally Posted by hodgestl

Thats a good question. I will look in the Agni thread. When I tried to run the TWRP Nandroid to the ext SD, TWRP forze up. I had to pull the battery and when I put it back in, then TWRP started as soon as I put the battery in, it had chosen backup as I had done before, but it was now putting the Nandroid on the internal card. I just assumed that TWRP couldn't see the card and since I had heard of SDFix, I assumed that might be the issue. But maybe my card is going bad. Bummer! In any case, I will quit monopolizing your time. Thanks for the great support!

I'm cool @hodgestl helping you, especially those I see that are nice and content with what they get.
May I suggest to you to back-up everything you have on that sd card soon to you laptop. Just in case it wants to fail on you soon. 😠
Mine was a first gen San disk 64 gig card. I replaced it with another one .
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