Originally Posted by doogald
Go into AFV.
Navigate to where your Nandroids are stored.
You will see that all of the Nandroid backups are listed as folders - long press on one, try to calculate an MD5, and it will give you a message "Long-press not applicable for selected row".
(For some reason, I always thought Nandroid backups were zip files, but they really are folders, aren't they?)
So, never mind, I will go back and re-edit my post and pull that part out.
edit: yes, they are folders
lol...no, I don't have any functionality in AFV
that operates on folders / directories--just files. Sorry, it is a little confusing...(I'll try to put something in the next version to address this (at least a pop-up note re. that)).
You'd have to select a system.img
, or boot.img
file individually in the Nandroid backup's subdirectory or use the Verify Nandroid Backup
on the nandroid.md5
file (when you do that, the app will read through the file and checksum pairs in the nandroid.md5 file, re-calculate the MD5 on the file listed, and compare it to the one stored in the nandroid.md5
(it really is what I expect is equivalent to the md5sum -c
Sorry for the confusion re. that. By the way, my next version of AFV will support having a filename passed to it from other apps (like other file managers (already tested with Astro, ES File Explorer, OI File Manager))...thanks to eu1 (again
) for that suggestion