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Default Help restoring backed up TA flashtool

Iv looked everywhere on a way to restore my backed up RAW TA with flashtool but cant find anything

To be clear , I have backed up DRM keys via flashtool, so I have no choice but to restore with flashtool, I cant make another backup bootloader Unlocked

1.I made a RAW back up of my TA xperia z ultra, I dont know where flashtool keeps the backup or what its called

2. How do i connect my phone if i want to restore? does it need to be in fastboot, or flashmoder?

3.If i just connect it normaly with usb debugging on, click restore from advanced setting, all it does is say install busy box, once i do that
it just crashes after that.
 
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You need to make back up using this tool http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2292598.
There is no need for flashtool for backing TA.
For restoring TA there is backup folder created (after backing TA) inside original TA app directory . Click on that folder inside there will be zip which you need to restore using TA app.
 
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You need to make back up using this tool http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2292598.
There is no need for flashtool for backing TA.
For restoring TA there is backup folder created (after backing TA) inside original TA app directory . Click on that folder inside there will be zip which you need to restore using TA app.
I already have a backup which has my DRM keys made on flashtool that is the only back i can restore. because my bootloader is no unlocked, there is no Zip file in flashtool directory
 
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this is the third thread that you have asked this question in I'm getting dizzy

It looks like it is saved int a folder in /flashtool/custom

I'm sure you could have found out that if you had of looked hard enough instead of making me look for you...
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In my flastool i have found 1 option to flash it says X10 v1 BLRELOCK is this my xperia z ultra TA backup? just want to be sure if this is how bakups are automatically named.

edit:ahh nope i dont think thats it, under custom\ta\ folder is empty

yep sorry about making another thread.
 
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In my flastool i have found 1 option to flash it says X10 v1 BLRELOCK is this my xperia z ultra TA backup? just want to be sure if this is how bakups are automatically named.

edit:ahh nope i dont think thats it, under custom\ta\ folder is empty

yep sorry about making another thread.
<sigh>

it is in a folder named [random_digits]
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it is in a folder named [random_digits]
LOL, this is frustrating but random_digits folder brings a smile to my face.
 
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LOL, this is frustrating but random_digits folder brings a smile to my face.
I'm not at a PC at the moment but the path was like I said. The path is time stamped as well
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