I own galaxy s4 running stock rooted 4.2.2. What happened Is when I installed 4.2.2, I found that my internal sd card got erased which never happened with me before . Now the question Is CAN I RESTORE MY LOST FILES FROM INTERNAL SD ????
I uninstalled my SuperSU app off of my rooted Galaxy S4; it happen of off a mistake I did playing around with my phone and now it says
" There is no SU binary installed, and SuperSU cannot install it. This is a problem! If you just upgraded to Android 4.3(But im already updated to 4.3), you need to manually re-root - consult the relevant forums for your device! ".
( I have the picture as an attachment). Now my device cannot un-root when I tried to but I want to get my old rooted device back I've been trying to root it again with my rooting program but nothing is working trying methods that I've seen on Youtube and various websites and now im just done. I really want my device to be fully rooted again but it just keeps giving me the same message even when I uninstall it and install it again, rebooting the device its hopeless...
Here is my device info. Model #: SAMSUNG-SGH-I337 ( its AT&T) Version: 4.3 Baseband version: 4.3 And to root my device I used the Saferoot program.
I Installed Smoked Glass V5.0 from V4.5. I ended up doing it twice, and to make a long story short I lost my files in AK Notebook. Here's my question: 1. Should I backup my current configuration 2. Then "Restore" my backup prior to upgrade 3. Grab my files (hoping they will be there) toss them on my mac 4. Then just "Restore" back to where I am now? Need those files by tomorrow, any assistance is much appreciated. It's not that it's an emergency without them, but I will have to do some legwork to gather that info again.
I did a Nandroid backup (system, data, etc. using CWM) and a Titanium backup (user apps), wiped my phone, and installed a new ROM.
Q: Does a Nandroid backup include the /ProgramData/Language/ folder?
I'm trying to restore files I 'hid' using the Hide It Pro app. A developer blog post mentions that this folder is the 'vault location'. As a result, I'd like to find this folder and restore it if possible.
A Titanium Backup restore of the Hide It Pro app+data didn't of course work due to this. I'd like to avoid restoring everything from the Nandroid backup if possible and just restore the individual folder. I have of course tried looking through the folders and files to find it, to no avail.
I own a huawei ascend p1, i had the official rom and backed up my app data using the stock huawei app "allbackup" before i flashed a custom rom. now, allbackup does not work in a custom rom and it uses .db files to backup the app data, is there another way to restore these .db files? or an app capable of doing so?
what software is the best one to recover/restore delete files on android internal memory. I made a big mistake and select a full wipe in the aroma installer instead of a factory reset before. Now everything is gone on my internal space. For sure I will not commit this mistake again. Only the TWRP backup und Titanium backup is available on my PC. Very important for me is to restore the pictures that I've been lost.
Today android phones are coming with an internal storage which is called the internal sdcard. Because of this the need for external sdcards is vanishing day by day. But when your phone is factory reset you lost all the data stored in it while in case of external sdcard you have an option to save your data. If you accidently lost all the data stored in your phone then don't worry I have a solution to get it back. This trick will work on phones having mass storage mode support, if you are running android 4.1 jellybean and above then root your phone to get mass storage( the tutorial is different for different phones),
If you have accidently lost all your files, photos and videos from your phone then after this do not copy new files to the phone. This also include clicking photos and capturing videos. If you copy new files to the phone then you are actually reducing your chances to get back your deleted photos and videos and other files. In short just don't download anything to your phone, do not use the internet on your phone till the time when you get back your lost files back.
This trick will only work on android phones having mass storage mode and MTP (Media Transfer Protocol) options. If your device is rooted then you can enable mass storage mode on your android phone. After enabling mass storage mode you can get back deleted photos, videos and all files from the internal storage of any android phone.
Requirements 1. Recuva for Windows 7, Windows 8 2. A USB data cable.
Now Follow The Steps Below -Download and install recuva. While installation do not uncheck any option. -Now connect your android phone in mass storage mode. Connect it to pc a notification will appear in the phone, tap it to enable mass storage. -Now open My computer and you will see Removable disk. -Open recuva and click Next, on the next step All Files will auto selected. Again click Next. Then choose In a specified location and click Browse.Choose the removable disk or MTP disk here and click Next. -In next step put a check mark in Enable Deep Scan and click Start. -After scan is finished you will see the list of all deleted files. Green circles is means that file can be recovered while red circle means unrecoverable file. -Now check the box next to Filename to select all files. Click Recover on the bottom right and choose Desktop .Your deleted files will be recovered.
I installed the 2.2 rom by jrummy, while I was trying to play a flash game (it wasn't optimized) my droid like force closed the game and when I brought it all back up, 3g was gone. I am at home, wifi still works.
I have lost a few pdfs which I have been reading for weeks (!) on my Nexus 7 (Android 4.3). Via the reading history of my pdf reader (Moon+ reader) I can see that at least one file is still present in the cache under the following folder address: /data/data/com.google.android.apps.docs/cache/filecache2/c042587322c4a438463efbd2cc533cbf/mypdf1.pdf
How can I access this folder? When accessing the device via the Android File Transfer sofware for Mac, I don't see this folder. I have access to Android/data/com.google.android.apps.docs/files, but this folder contains no files but only another folder (called "pinned_doc_files_not_for_edit") which is also empty.
The lost pdf is still there, I can open it in the reader via the reading history, but I would like to access the folder to see whether other lost files (which are not in the reading history) are also still present. To be clear, the file which I can open is also not detected when searching the device for pdfs.
I was rooted fine with unrevoked forever. I wanted to try a ROM than required me to install the newest version of hboot so I did that. Well I didn't like that ROM so I tried to flash a nandroid restore but it didn't take. So I reinstalled the pc36img that I used when I rooted my phone. Then I rebooted my phone. Now it booted like its not rooted! I don't have superuser app and when I try to reboot into recovery I get a red triangle over a phone.
When I boot into hboot it says I have s-off but I have no idea how to get my phone back to the way it was. Under system info it says I have firmware version 2.1-update1 but I try to look for a froyo update and it says there are none available. I was going to just unroot with the s-on tool but that requires going into recovery which I can't do. What do I do toget my root back!
Today I went to update my X10. While at work it wouldn't allow me to as it insisted I connected it to a computer. So at home I got the USB cabled hooked up to my Linux Laptop and then discovered it had to be a windows computer. Anyway, I got it hooked to a Windows computer and the update process began. I followed every instruction and set all tickboxes for backup. After unplugging this and plugging it back in and rebooting here and there, it finally reached the restore process. I left it restoring for a while.
When I came back to it, it said something had crashed. I don't know what as I'd just woken from a nap. But, it seems all my applications are restored. Yet my gmail account & facebook account have become disassociated from my phone and all my contacts no longer have any names or pictures. I opened the contacts/phone book and the list is completely empty. I tried to import contacts but it says it cannot find any anywhere. I have work related contacts as well as family & friends and really need to get my contacts back - please advise?
CM 11, gapps installed on internal storage. I have done a recovery with cwm 6 and factory reset and formated caches, I only have 1.19gb left out of 9.59 total. There is no way that my rom and gapps bloatware is using that much space. Here is a screen shot. I have to be missing something.
I'm trying to restore my galaxy player 5 back to stock using odin because it wouldnt boot. (boot loop) after i flash i get the samsung boot but it just keeps restarting over and over. and when i try to wipe data in recovery it asks for a password and what its supposed to be. i had screen lock disabled but i might have still had a password stored.
Just moved to a leaked ICS build for my SGS2 and the app says that it can't do it in ICS due to the OS not allowing it.
question is, why disable useful things like this? they did it a while back with allowing apps like tasker access to turn on gps (secure settings). It's annoying to get new features in new versions of android but have other parts taken away.
As it says above really. I've rooted to the new Froyo with sense release (seems slow but stable) and all was well until I restored with mybackup pro. Some apps were missing even though they showed as installed and even so, I've got A LOT less internal memory than before and I'm still having to uninstall stuff
I thought Froyo was supposed to let you install apps to SD?
I have a Galaxy Mini and yesterday i deleted a system file wich was on dev/block/ (ram5) now my mobile doesnt start and the LCD blinks when i try to Power ON. I can access without a problem to Dump and Downloading mode and i have a copy of the file ram5.
I have a Samsung galaxy S3 which is about a year old. About 2 days go i tried updating my software to Kit.Kat. It said update is complete but it just needs to reboot so i said yes. Now when i switch my phone on it turns on and when it gets to the Samsung logo it just flashes and stays on the Samsung logo. I have tried connecting my phone to kies but i have had a problem with my phone connecting to the computer. I also don't want to restore to factory default because i don't want to loose all my photos.
I used root uninstaller to delete some system App and Accidentally removed the application that let me choose ore change the Live Wallpaper. How I can restore it again ? My Phone is Galaxy Wonder and the OS. is Gingerbread 2.3.5.
I Just Got A Samsung Galaxy S2 SPH-d710 From Ebay. So When I Bought The Phone. It Was Working When I Got It For Like 1-2 Months. After That, When I Turn In On. It Gets Stuck On The Samsung Galaxy SII Boot Sceen. I have Tried To Take It To Restore Mode Cant Work. It can Only Go To Download Mode. I Updated The Phone, So If You Can Find A Samsung Galaxy SII Download From JellyBean To Gingerbread Downgrade.
My 4n is Samsung Galaxy y duos. Nomaly it has a 240MB System Space. I installed a custom rom (xDuos V3 2) with him guides. its fine. but I tried to get stock rom back. so i wiped all data ,system... n restore my old cmw backup.
But failed to restore. now my 4n has only 220mb space.
I've been trying to root my phone using Odin then my cable got disconnected. Now when I try to start up the phone it starts with CWM-based Recovery v22.214.171.124. I downloaded stock rom for my region and tried to install it from the SD card but it says "Installation Aborted". I tried formatting the SD card but didn't work.
I factory reset my Galaxy Tab 10.1... I didn't know that the pictures would be deleted also. These pictures are so important to me. How to recover them back... I feel so sad now because all of my memories are gone.