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By Mairo, Senior Member on 11th March 2018, 11:14 AM
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Hi,

I have this kind error after restoring nandroid backup?
Any fix advice?
I tried substractum theme, then it messed up something and everything freezes. Then i went in twrp and flashed substract recivery zip but sill everything was still strange. Then i dexided restore my 2 days old nandroid backup and I get this kind of error.
I have rooted. 5.0.4.
Right now i have this recovered nandroid backup and looks like everything is working but why this error.
I got same error when i flash kernel (structure needs cleaning), like in picture
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11th March 2018, 12:55 PM |#2  
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Hi,

I have this kind error after restoring nandroid backup?
Any fix advice?
I tried substractum theme, then it messed up something and everything freezes. Then i went in twrp and flashed substract recivery zip but sill everything was still strange. Then i dexided restore my 2 days old nandroid backup and I get this kind of error.
I have rooted. 5.0.4.
Right now i have this recovered nandroid backup and looks like everything is working but why this error.
I got same error when i flash kernel (structure needs cleaning), like in picture

Hey bud,
I had the same issue when restoring my nandroid backup and I fixed it by doing the following:
1. Wipe the system partition only
2. Remount it as ext 4
3. Restore the system partition from your nandroid backup

If that doesn't work then try a different version of TWRP (Standard, Blu or codworkx)
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11th March 2018, 02:55 PM |#3  
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Ok. I will try it later.

Edit: looks like it fixed problem. So thaks BenisMusical!
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26th September 2018, 11:24 PM |#4  
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Hey bud,
I had the same issue when restoring my nandroid backup and I fixed it by doing the following:
1. Wipe the system partition only
2. Remount it as ext 4
3. Restore the system partition from your nandroid backup

If that doesn't work then try a different version of TWRP (Standard, Blu or codworkx)

Thanks so much for posting this. Only fix I found that actually worked
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23rd October 2018, 04:50 PM |#5  
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Thanks so much for posting this. Only fix I found that actually worked

But not at once. First, the format of the "system" and "vendor" sections, after restoring only the "system" and "vendor", and then the "image and image systems and image vendor", and then restoring the OEM, otherwise it was a bootlope without OEM
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20th November 2018, 07:15 AM |#6  
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Originally Posted by BenisMusical

Hey bud,
I had the same issue when restoring my nandroid backup and I fixed it by doing the following:
1. Wipe the system partition only
2. Remount it as ext 4
3. Restore the system partition from your nandroid backup

If that doesn't work then try a different version of TWRP (Standard, Blu or codworkx)

Same issue occuring for me. I have tried restoring multiple backups but same error every time. I can boot into the system by flashing the rom file and then restoring the data. But why cant i restore TWRP backup??
2nd August 2019, 03:50 AM |#7  
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Originally Posted by BenisMusical

Hey bud,
I had the same issue when restoring my nandroid backup and I fixed it by doing the following:
1. Wipe the system partition only
2. Remount it as ext 4
3. Restore the system partition from your nandroid backup

If that doesn't work then try a different version of TWRP (Standard, Blu or codworkx)

Awesome post, thanks a lot.
It worked perfectly.
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This was lifesaver!
4th November 2019, 10:35 AM |#9  
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I did what BenisMusical recommended. Additionally I have to flash the last image. Without there was the boot loop...
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