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  1. inline6power

    inline6power Well-Known Member
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    rooted on ruby. accidently formated my phone drive and not the sd drive. now when i try to to a nandroid, says there are a bunch of files it cant mount cause they are gone. how do i go about putting all the files needed back on my phones internal drive ?
     

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  2. inline6power

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    someone please tell me i can reverse what i just accidently did lol. this is killing me.
     
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    well it looks like it may be a little to step for my adb knoledge just yet. does anyone care to help me out and walk me threw this? i would sure appreciate it. thanks in advance.
     
  6. inline6power

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    i do have old backups from previous nandroids saved on my computer. is there a way i can take those needed files from there and replace them onto my phones internal drive and fix the problem?
     
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    Don't think so. I worked with a guy on this a month or so ago and I found some cliff notes from an email which I'll post. First you need to download Parted from the Cyanogenforums link. Then extract the 6 files to the sdk tools folder. My commands also assume you placed sdk on the root of your C drive. Once you have the files in the tools folder:

    cd\sdk\tools
    You should then see this:
    C:\sdk\tools> (blinking cursor here)

    adb push {insert filename 1-6 here} /sbin/
    (Note the addition of spaces MUST be correct on all commands from here on out. There's one after the word "push" and one after the filename you're going to enter. I'm only adding the { } brackets for emphasis. They're not used in any true push command.

    Once you get all those 6 files pushed to /sbin/ the next thing you do is:

    adb shell
    Should now see a # come up. (this verifies root access) After the # at the blinking cursor, you do this:

    cd /sbin/
    chmod 0755 {file 1-6 here}

    After those 6 entries and while still at /sbin, do this:

    parted dev/block/mmcblk0 mkfs ext2

    Then enter "1", then "ext2", then move on to partition 2 and do the same
     
  9. inline6power

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    got it and i can now backup. you my friend are a life saver and than you so so so much for your help. wish you were closer as i would buy you a tasty beverage.
     
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    No prob. Good to hear you're back in the game.
     
  11. inline6power

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    again thanks with your help bud.
     

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