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  1. svp_mgdn

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    Hello.

    There was a big trouble, because there are ugly men, perverted a good file manager (in the past, unfortunately...) ES File Explorer.

    After i flashing my Fly Magic, as usual, I decided to restore the backups Titanium.
    I do not remember why, but I opened file manager and this bastard invited me to clean the "rubbish".
    I have not looked, clicked on something and he removed all backups... :(:(:(
    Using of the best file recovery program "dmde" - did not help...

    But it turned out that before I pulled from the SD-card, along with the garbage, .android_secure folder.

    Search the Web showed it just will not work to recover the information from there, because it is encrypted.
    A AppsOnSD.sks key, of course, already been overwritten after flashing ...

    .asec files are opened by AndroidStudio, but in the form of gibberish.

    Question: I'm a complete zero (nuub and dummie) in the programming, though "on you" with IT-sphere.

    Strongly request help on the issue of the content of the .asec files WITHOUT "AppsOnSD.sks" key
    In fact, I need to get from one app - it is the Old notepad (Ultra Notes app), and that is the russian text. All the rest does not matter.

    Thank you in advance.
     

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    I'm pretty sure that that just contains app files that are moved when you move apps to SD, i.e. I don't think there are any app data in there, and know for certain that there won't be copies of your Titanium backups.
     
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