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26th March 2015, 01:08 PM |#21  
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Hi @bsined
Thank you for this wonderful post. I'm planning to resize my Xperia L partitions. But before doing that can you please confirm me is there any way to completely back up my stock userdata and sdcard PARTITIONS???? If it is possible, can you please guide me.....


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Hi @bsined
Thank you for this wonderful post. I'm planning to resize my Xperia L partitions. But before doing that can you please confirm me is there any way to completely back up my stock userdata and sdcard PARTITIONS???? If it is possible, can you please guide me.....


Thank you very much...

Also needing it... Thank you for the guide

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Hi @bsined
Thank you for this wonderful post. I'm planning to resize my Xperia L partitions. But before doing that can you please confirm me is there any way to completely back up my stock userdata and sdcard PARTITIONS???? If it is possible, can you please guide me.....
Thank you very much...

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Also needing it... Thank you for the guide

The guide includes the steps to make a complete backup of your current setup. Nandroid backs up userdata and the virtual sdcard.
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Do you this will work for a Xperia M? I do have both 4.1 and 4.3 ftfs and CWM but I don't want to end up bricking my device!
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