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Old March 29th, 2012, 12:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
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can some one post a .zip for the vitality please and thanks.

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can some one post a .zip for the vitality please and thanks.
Do you need a zip of what?
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Of the stock rom rooted or a nandroid backup
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i tried using it and got an md5 error, currently downloading a terminal app and fixing with

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Hi, I've made a few backups with this version of CWM, but when I try to recover one of them, it tells me there is a MD5 mismatch and refuses (normal or advanced restore).

Using adb shell, I see that all the md5 sums for the actually partition tars are correct, except the md5 of nandroid.md5 itself! So nandroid.md5 has a md5 of itself, which will always fail!!!

I think that is causing restore to fail - the data itself is OK, yet useless!!!! On backups that are recoverable, nandroid.md5 is not md5ed inside nandroid.md5 -- don't know why some backups fail to remove nandroid.md5 from the nandroid.md5 file...

Edit: for anyone having this problem, you must regenerate the nandroid.md5 file excluding the nandroid.md5 file itself. Using terminal, cd to your backup folder, delete nandroid.md5 and then:


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md5sum [!n]* > nandroid.md5
This makes the backup directory restore properly. Not sure if this bug crept in in 5.0.2.8 or was present earlier...
Will post with updates as well if i get a working nandroid or not.


However on reg's side...if someone could get US a stock rom i dont have to do this crap and dig around for stuff to start working on modding the admire's files to ours.
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