1.1 doesn't appear to be working
I selected option 1 (backup files extractor)
I then get the screen to choose your option.
I select option 2 for TWRP recovery
Select 2 (If System_files) (the file system.ext4.win is in the System_files folder).
It then immediately goes back to the previous screen (Choose your Option)
Is it me or the utility
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I then tried it on the CWM option and got 'cat is not recognised' (again)
Didn't work for me at first too, googled cat.exe and put it in c:\windows\system32 and that problem solved but not all.
Get that from
Anyways it looked like problem was still exist in script somehow calling tar from dependencies folder as it's showing me file doesn't exist so I moved tar and its two needed dll files into system folder and called tar directly instead of calling it from dependencies folder and it worked properly.
will be this addressed? "'tar' is not recognized as an internal or external command"
I am pretty sure many will get this error it is because, speaking for Windows, windows never going to find cat.exe nor tar.exe because it is not in windows system variable user path, so installing it from :http://gnuwin32.sourceforge.net/packages/gtar.htm, is not going to work. The way I found solution is i copied cat.exe and tar.exe under the same location where your tool script runs, and then modified:
call cat.exe system.ext4.tar system.ext4.tar.a...etc..
call tar.exe -xvf temp.tar
this may not be the best solution, but believe if both cat.exe and tar.exe (and related DLLs, and binaries) included in the same folder where your script runs, maybe not many people get the "'tar' is not recognized as an internal or external command" error...
just suggestion, you may be already addressed this that I am not aware of, if so, ignore this post :laugh: