Root saving and exporting nandroid backups?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by venom21, Jul 13, 2010.

  1. venom21

    venom21 Well-Known Member
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    ok so i dropped my effin phone and the screen cracked which means now i have to unroot and try and get a new phone.

    is there any way to export a nandroid backup and titanium backup so when i get my new phone and root it i can just throw those backups on it and bam im back at where i was?
     

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  2. RustyNail

    RustyNail Well-Known Member
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    They are stored on your SD card. You should be able to insert the existing card into your replacement phone and then proceed from there.
     
  3. venom21

    venom21 Well-Known Member
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    beauuutiful. thanks man
     
  4. Taylored

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    Yup.

    I run a backup every night and toss it in a dated folder with a note detailing any changes made.

    hmm... still I wonder if it will load on a different phone w/o issue.
     
  5. venom21

    venom21 Well-Known Member
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    ah anyone have any insight into this?
     
  6. yojoe600

    yojoe600 Well-Known Member
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    should be fine bc that how we got one of the CM 5 roms that was first released... just dont change the folder name
     
  7. mb01

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    Rom manager does backups and allows you to change the names of them, which is basically changing the name of that backups folder. As long as yoy dont put parentheses or strange characters in the name its fine. And yes it works for any incredible.
     
  8. Taylored

    Taylored Well-Known Member
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    Good to know. I have Rom Manager(paid version) but I do not really like it. I uninstalled and I just use clockworkmod recovery. Believe it or not I find it to be much more user friendly.
     

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