Originally Posted by AndDiSa
@crullx well the 'guide' describes more or less the same technology/mechanism TWRP nowadays is providing by the 'adb backup --twrp'.
Your statement 'cannot restore' is not correct, if you have a counterpart on the device, you can restore the files ...
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Once again an "if" and a "you can....", but NO explanation in details.
Would you please explain to all of us who have read these 19 pages without a solution:
how to restore the backed up raw data?
Please tell us step by step.
By the way I cannot use neither CWM, nor TWRP since my phone is not on their supported list. (none of my 20 Android phones were ever on their supported list actually)
I have a Lenovo Phab Plus (rooted) phone with Android 5.0.2 on it.
I started the backup process. It seemed like everything's okay. I cancelled it during the middle of it because I haven't seen a single, working, detailed restoration method on these 19 pages. But if you tell me one, I will go through the backup process until the very end and will be very pleased!
What is a "counterpart" by the way? Is that supposed to be CWM or TWRP? Those won't work for me as I mentioned.