Ok, I did a quick search but can't find the answer. I did a factory reset and my dumb azz forgot to delete the SD card first. Does the reset wipe it also? I am going to sell my droid since I have a droid X. Sorry for a stupid question it its been posted.
I did a hard reset. we unmounted and took out the SD card before we reset. I put it back and now Droid (not my PC) doesn't recognize the SD card at all. What to do? Are my pictures lost?
First thing I would try is putting the SD card back in the Droid and then do another reset.
If that didn't work, I'd copy all of the contents of the SD card over to the computer. Then put the card back in the Droid and format. Then copy the contents from the SD backup on the computer back onto the newly formatted card.
okay, i have a galaxy s i9000, and I have used Titanium Backup to backup apps, app data, and system data. However, it backed up all the data to my Internal SD card. I know my factory reset wont delete things on my external SD card, but will it delete stuff from my Internal SD Card? If so, how do I backup the Titanium backups from internal sd to external sd.
Also, after the factory reset I would like to restore only the Apps that i installed myself, and only the app data, NOT the system settings that I backed up just in case they bring back the problems that i hoped would be deleted from the reset, so is there any way I could tell Titanium backup to restore my apps and app data and NOT the system data?
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