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Support backup assist

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by flipakine, Aug 21, 2012.

  1. flipakine

    flipakine Newbie
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    probably a reread for some of you but I've looked around n can't find my answers.

    On my old HTC I was able to create a backup of my phone in its current state in case I need recovery later on. I'm not figuring out how to open this menu as I know it's something done during turn on. what buttons am I to hold on the rezound?

    also side question. is there a way to save texts to something like say the sdcard and then pull them back up after factory reset?

    Jeff.
     

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    There is an app called sms backup that will save your texts. Not sure if it saves them to sd card.
     
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    you're probably talking about making a nandroid? you can access recovery (assuming you are rooted and you've flashed a recovery - amon ra or cwm) by holding volume down and power at the same time.

    for sms backup/recovery theres plenty like sms backup restore (stores to your google acct), mybackup, titanium, go backup - the latter three can be stored on sd through changing settings
     
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    that's it nandroid. actually not rooted though. I want to protect myself from screwing up during rooting/factory reset by creating the recovery point.

    thanks for the help that's exactly what I was looking for.
     
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