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[02/10/13][TOOL][NANDROID] md5 mismatch FIXER

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By rio., Senior Member on 21st October 2012, 06:23 PM
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if there is a thread that the same with this then inform me and i will personally lock this one




kindly move this thread if it was in the wrong section.





okay, i wrote this simple script to easily fix and regenerate the md5sum of our Nandroid backup to avoid mismatching when restoring it.


Please don't blame me if anything happens on your phone by doing this. :P





Requirements:
- Terminal Emulator
- Brain.apk
- Experience on flashing







Instruction
- flash the Nandroid_md5_fixer.zip thru cwm or stock recovery
- go to terminal emulator and type "md5fix"
- select your damaged backup and wait until it finish!



02/10/13 UPDATE!
http://qfs.mobi/f397801

- fix bootloop problem :P
- compatible with console provided by Aroma File Manager


NOTE: avoid using 'space' when renaming backup's folder. It must be in one word.

i hope this will help you
goodluck
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21st October 2012, 06:33 PM |#2  
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22nd October 2012, 02:23 AM |#3  
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is the link broken?
i open the link,it shows '410 - Gone'


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22nd October 2012, 03:04 AM |#4  
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is the link broken?
i open the link,it shows '410 - Gone'


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ooh so sorry., wait i'll fix it..


EDIT: link fixed

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Wow good will try this, in the same time I always got error message while backup sd-ext n there's no nandroid.md5 file in the folder :thumbup:

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22nd October 2012, 08:26 AM |#6  
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lol.. can you upload using another way?
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Originally Posted by rio.

ooh so sorry., wait i'll fix it..


EDIT: link fixed

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thank you
will try in my corrupt nand..
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22nd October 2012, 05:41 PM |#8  
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Why avoid using space???
Does using \ not work in terminal emu???

Ex. Name\ of\ Backup\ Rom


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Why avoid using space???
Does using \ not work in terminal emu???

Ex. Name\ of\ Backup\ Rom


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ClockWorkMod can't read folder's name with space (two words) :P
it's not on my script.

my script can only fix a corrupted md5sum on every piece of nandroid backup but can not rename folders :P

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2nd November 2012, 02:56 PM |#10  
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Originally Posted by rio.

i wrote this simple script to easily fix and regenerate the md5sum of our Nandroid backup to avoid mismatching when restoring it.

Instruction
- flash the Nandroid_md5_fixer.zip thru cwm or stock recovery
- go to terminal emulator and type "md5fix"
- select your damaged backup and wait until it finish!


NOTE: avoid using 'space' when renaming backup's folder. It must be in one word.

the zip file has an unsupported compression method . I cannot unzip it on my PC.
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the zip file has an unsupported compression method . I cannot unzip it on my PC.

i zipped it using busybox i didn't use PC in working with it..

edit: try to unzip it using 7zip

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