There is one thing that has puzzled me these days which is what happens when Sony decides to changes bits here and there related to the TA. In theory this could lead to a hard-brick when your backup was taken with a firmware on the device older than the firmware when you restore the TA. Now I read Sony has never done such a thing in the past, but it is a risk. So its wise to mark your backups with the firmware you were running when you made the backups and first reflash that firmware (when not already on the device) before restoring. For now you have to do this marking and firmware flashing manually, but it may be automated later on. Still so far Sony has not changed anything related to the workings of TA and thus nothing to worry .
@Caqou71 The tool does all the necessary checks and will NOT allow flashing of a bad TA image. However.. @ DevShaft, is there a command one can use to check MD5 of TA partition before starting the backup? That way nervous users can manually double check. Perhaps you could put this in a later release. E.g. "Save TA partition Md5 to file"
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