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28th July 2015, 09:03 AM |#1931  
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ok another update....somehow i managed to go past usb debugging screen. removed the sony pc companion....installed sony z ultra ADB drivers, reconnected the device and started backup TA. it took a successful backup. then I tried to test the back using the option restore -dry run. but after running that function i came up with this error. now what is this? should i ignore this error?

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For me too.
I'm Windows 10 user.
What I can do?

I have tried this on windows 10 64bit, I am pretty sure it'll work on 32 bit too.
Download the zipped find.exe in the attachment.
Replace it with "find.exe" in the following directory
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28th July 2015, 04:04 PM |#1932  
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It looks like you are trying to restore the keys whilst on a custom kernel.
Please don't do that. Only restore the keys when on official, unmodified stock kernel.
And the USB port, that must be a hardware issue. My sister's S4 had the exact same issue (I know it isn't the same device, but the problems are nigh identical) and having the USB port replaced did the trick.
I recommend that you get the USB port checked out first before you do anything else. You don't want the connection to die whilst flashing, unless you want a new paperweight

Well... didn't believe anymore that someone would answer to it... but coincidently, I really solved it. And it wasn't even difficult... but really strange.
The whole reason was the cable. I found out (only 3 days ago) that when I connect the phone to my cars USB-Port (for charging actually) my phone tells me about an ADB connection. So I though I should try again on my PC... but it didn't work. So I tried it with the semi broken cable from the car (instead of 2 (!!!) different ORIGINAL Sony cables that I tried before)... and it worked. Whyever... no idea. I mean... I tried those Sony cables before... and they always worked... on any USB Port... so no idea why this was the case now.

...sometimes strange things happen....

...but thx for your reply! I didn't try restoring before that.
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1st August 2015, 01:32 PM |#1933  
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I have tried this on windows 10 64bit, I am pretty sure it'll work on 32 bit too.
Download the zipped find.exe in the attachment.
Replace it with "find.exe" in the following directory

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Backup-TA-9.11\tools

Sorry man, but don't work for me.
My Windows did not recognize the file.

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1st August 2015, 02:31 PM |#1934  
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Sorry man, but don't work for me.
My Windows did not recognize the file.

You can use your own find.exe from here C:\Windows\System32\find.exe
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1st August 2015, 03:37 PM |#1935  
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I have tried this on windows 10 64bit, I am pretty sure it'll work on 32 bit too.
Download the zipped find.exe in the attachment.
Replace it with "find.exe" in the following directory

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Backup-TA-9.11\tools

Your fix may have not worked for the other user, but it worked for me. Also running windows 10 64bit. Thank you
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1st August 2015, 03:51 PM |#1936  
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You can use your own find.exe from here C:\Windows\System32\find.exe

Yes Man!!!!!! Works!!!!!!
Thank you so much.
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6th August 2015, 08:13 AM |#1937  
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failed to copy 'tmpbak\TA.img' to 'sdcard/restoreTA.img': Permission denied

Can anyone help,

I keep getting this error when I try to restore my TA partition. The Rom is the new Sony LP 5.1.1 23.4.A.0.546 FW customized CH rom and I have tried restoring the TA with the bootloader locked and unlocked and still get this same error with Backup TA 9.11. The backup I am trying to restore is from the same phone so not sure what is going on.

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10th August 2015, 02:31 PM |#1938  
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I have tried this on windows 10 64bit, I am pretty sure it'll work on 32 bit too.
Download the zipped find.exe in the attachment.
Replace it with "find.exe" in the following directory

Code:
Backup-TA-9.11\tools

THANKS man for this info. I **** my pants because i use Win10 and got this message. I thougt my backup was ****ed but you saved me.. THANKS
13th August 2015, 06:55 PM |#1939  
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flash back to any 4.4 ftf, root your phone, then restore your ta
15th August 2015, 05:55 PM |#1940  
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Originally Posted by tamasrepus

In case there are any other Linux or MacOS users waiting for a port of this… you can use FlashTool in the meanwhile. I used FlashTool 0.9.16 to backup my trim area partition (AKA TA partition).

Launch FlashTool, and turn on Pro Mode.

Under the Advanced Menu, pick Trim Area, then Backup (do not use S1 Dump).

The backup will be saved as an FTA file somewhere inside FlashTool's directory, which is actually a ZIP file. Peek into the file and you'll see the 2 MiB partition (ta.dd) backed up.

As Linux user I did the backup of the trim area with flashtool as suggested by tamasrepus.
Can somebody confirm, that's all I need to restore my keys (if I want to lock the bootloader later...)?
16th August 2015, 05:34 PM |#1941  
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As Linux user I did the backup of the trim area with flashtool as suggested by tamasrepus.
Can somebody confirm, that's all I need to restore my keys (if I want to lock the bootloader later...)?

This is devshafts tool converted for Linux users
http://forum.xda-developers.com/cros...SGIrv_kpe13o-Q
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