ahhh. now we are getting somewhere
the md5sum is a way to verify the integrity of files that you flash,and you should NEVER flash something without first checking it to make sure it has not become corrupt. while most files will not cause unrecoverable damage,some can brick your device permantly and unrecoverably(
) so checking the md5 is a very,very good habit to get into.
just google "free md5 summer" or something to that affect and install it on your PC.
you can check files on your phone with a market app called "scary aliens android file verifier" (scary alien's AFV
first thing we should check is the md5 sum of the still zipped download. it should equal: 1af173ca5f55c7501ef4089694f7f967
the nandroid restored just fine on my phone,so there is something wrong with your download or process.
i personally would prefer that you unzip and check the files on the PC,rather than on your phone.
this is what i did:
-unzipped the download
-pluged in to the pc
-moved the 2013-06-03.23.51.18 folder to the internal storage
-used root explorer to move the folder to the location described by clsa
-booted to recovery
-backed up my current rom
-wipe data/factory reset
-restored nandroid using clsa's directions