Originally Posted by Eric Karz
Think of Twrp restore function as a windows restore point
think of internal sd as widows primary hard drive(main OS is here)
think of External sd as a windows hard drive 2
you do not want to copy anything to system. you want to let TWRP do it for you .
1st thing you want to do is Extract the zip to the pc desktop in its own folder
then take the folder from the desktop and place it on the External sd card
then place the EXT.sd card in to the nabi2
Boot nabi in to twrp
click on Restore
here is a example of how it should look on the External sd
/twrp/backup/FOLDER TO RESTORE HERE
if you look in restore you will see the option for twrp to look at internal or xternal sd card for the back up .
I did exactly as you spelled out above. Unzipped 1937stock and put the files in a folder on the SD card that looked like this /twrp/backup
I verified the contents of the SD card while in my PC. It had 9 files in it. 2 boot* files, 2 data* files, 3 recovery* files and 2 system* files.
I put the SD card in the Nabi, made sure SD card was mounted and again verified contents of EXTERNAL_SDCARD with File Manager.
The files were all visible with the File Manager.
When I go to RESTORE it still shows up blank. If I click either internal or external storage, it makes no difference.
It is almost though RESTORE is looking for the files in a completely different path.
The only options in the RESTORE function are the sort buttons on the bottom of the screen and the two radio buttons on the top for internal or external storage.
Can I move the folder from the SD card to internal storage?
Would it make a difference?
What is the default path TWRP uses if internal storage is selected?
Or is the box on RESTORE screen supposed to populate with a tree that I can navigate to a specific folder?
For me it is just plain blank no matter what I press.
Similar to the picture in my first post.
Your instructions seem pretty straight forward. I double checked my steps but no dice.