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  1. PokemonTotalWar

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    I need the stock system folder for the Kyocera Event. Can anyone upload it?
    And possibly the stock data partition?

    Thanks,
    PTW
     

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    Here's a nandroid backup of my system folder right after I used poot.

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/oqnqfn8pi1oe04l/system.ext4.tar
     
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    @ PokemonTotalWar, thanks for asking for this and @ jsares, thanks for the upload! Backing up the system is something I should have done immediately after rooting but didn't. This would come in real handy in case total hell breaks out lol :)
     
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    Yes if thats a way I can do a nandroid, let me know how.
     
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    Actually, I don't know how to do that through adb. Never used it. Everything I've done for rooting is through apps that work off the phone itself.

    More on it here, if you're interested:
    How To Install and Use ADB, the Android Debug Bridge Utility

    I haven't really had any time to work on it myself. If you tackle it, take your time. I probably should look into it myself when I have time.

    Gotta make a late dinner run... :)
     
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    How am i to go about flashing this?
    I tried to just push the raw files over through adb and it all copied, but then i used "adb reboot" and now the phone tries to boot once, fails at the event logo, and then reboots to recovery.

    Now i cant even get adb shell to work

    [HIGH]C:\adb\stuff>adb shell
    - exec '/system/bin/sh' failed: Permission denied (13) -[/HIGH]
    This is the error i get
     
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    The way I do it is to just push the files that are needed. If you push all of them, it may have a hard time loading. I don't know why.
     
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    Your adb shell problem *may*be resolved by pushing a new sh from the system.tar to your phone. It looks like yours has the wrong permissions, and pushing it from the computer should fix that... Unless the files in the BACKUP have the wrong permissions?
     
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    I used the backup/restore function in Andromizer Pro. You'll have to do a full backup at first. It'll save to your SD card labeled..
    Stormbird backups. Andromizer will behave like titanium backup+ root. You can make both system apk backups, and user app backups. It will also restore both. I haven't been able to use ADB push successfully yet. Not going to try as this isn't my phone, it's my old man's replacement. His Evo 3D developed fatal issues due to prolonged over clocking! Be careful of just how far you push your fave device! Lesson learned here!
     
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    To make a nandroid with adb or terminal, you will need to have busybox, which can be in /data/local, so you don't need root. The command is (I think) "busybox tar cvf pathname /system" (Replace pathname with, well, the path name)
     
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    Never mind. It's back up.
     
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    hi everyone,
    I think the dropbox file are deleted. Would someone please reupload it for me?

    THank you very much.
     
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    I will upload it sometime this weekend
     
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    Lol i totally forgot but imma do it today when i get home.
     
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    Take your time. Thanks for helping me though
     
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    Your welcome I will upload in about an hour after school
     
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    Hey just wondering? How can I reinstall my kyocera event backup. Becouse I have bootloop going and I can only get into stock recovery is there a way I can put the Event into safe_mode or put it into download_mode becouse I installed a framework that did not work and now I get bootloop can any one help please.
     
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    Do you know how to use adb good?
     
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    Not rally? I dont have a computer is there a better way?
     
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    If I know the command and to set it up im a fast learner lol
     

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