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By mitsosJL, Senior Member on 22nd August 2014, 10:44 PM
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Is there any way to open a cwm back up to my pc in order to extract some files?
 
 
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Hello guys
Is there any way to open a cwm back up to my pc in order to extract some files?

Yes, look for a yaffs explorer or ext2explore
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Yes, look for a yaffs explorer or ext2explore

I downloaded the second one but how can I use it?
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Extract the .ext4 extension from the tar files and then mount it in ext2explore
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Extract the .ext4 extension from the tar files and then mount it in ext2explore

Which one? And how can I extract a tar file?
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use 7 zip

So I will take the data.ext4.tar.a, data.ext4.tar.b and I will extract them with 7zip and the files I will get I will paste them at the ext2explore?
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Just open up the .tar.a (Or whichever) with 7 zip
You can extract the files directly from that
Try it.
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Just open up the .tar.a (Or whichever) with 7 zip
You can extract the files directly from that
Try it.

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