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18th July 2018, 12:11 AM |#311  
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Can we use dump for data recovery?
is there any command to make image from whole internal recovery?
 
 
18th July 2018, 10:15 PM |#312  
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Originally Posted by siamak5561

Can we use dump for data recovery?
is there any command to make image from whole internal recovery?

You can pull partitions, which is what the ROM consists of. Creating a single image would be device dependent ( for example lge uses kdz files that are compressed images with machine instructions).
19th July 2018, 02:44 AM |#313  
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How to pull partitions? and for data recovery i need to able to pull partition on computer or external memory, how to address my computer or external memrory
19th July 2018, 03:36 AM |#314  
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You need a rooted device, Android sdk, knowledge of adb and fastboot, and a computer.

Code:
 $ adb shell
$ if=/device/block/by-name/boot of=/storage/sdcard/boot.img
$ exit
$adb pull /storage/sdcard/boot.img .\path\to\fastboot-folder-windows\
This is example of creating the pulling a boot.img from a Qualcomm device. You may have to adjust the paths depending on your device.
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22nd July 2018, 09:04 AM |#315  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by lehmancurtis

You need a rooted device, Android sdk, knowledge of adb and fastboot, and a computer.

Code:
 $ adb shell
$ if=/device/block/by-name/boot of=/storage/sdcard/boot.img
$ exit
$adb pull /storage/sdcard/boot.img .\path\to\fastboot-folder-windows\
This is example of creating the pulling a boot.img from a Qualcomm device. You may have to adjust the paths depending on your device.


Thanks but For Data recovery I need to Directly copy userdata partition to my hard drive, with cable or wifi, is there any way?
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6th August 2018, 06:19 AM |#316  
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Code:
dd if=/dev/block/mmcblk0p24 of=/sdcard1/ ->@~/Desktop/boot.img
This may or may not work on Windows, but I have used it on Ubuntu.

# run command in adb shell.
# if =/path/to/emmc/partition
# of=/where/new/img-name
# ->@path/to/computer/save/location
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