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Weird Nandroid Restore

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(This post was last modified: 11-13-2016, 07:08 PM by Sudarshan0564. )

I recently bricked my device again while installing a mod (not bricked, i lost my audio engine), and then I restore a backup made previously. I did format data, factory reset, wipe data, wipe dalvik cache, wiped cache, then restored nandroid. Well. This time no bootloop, just got an message that there is an internal error with your system. (Now what is this ?)
Got back all my apps but with no app data. (I restored data from backup). OS seems running stable but it's taking more internal space than It should take. Before backup, I had 2.40 GB free occupying 2.50 GB by apps, but after restoring, I got 1.90 GB free with 1.70 GB occupied by apps. I keep my whole internal memory is free anytime except installed apps. This is very weird.

What's the fix ? Well. I don't want to factory reset now.

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(11-13-2016, 07:03 PM)Sudarshan0564 Wrote: I recently bricked my device again while installing a mod (not bricked, i lost my audio engine), and then I restore a backup made previously. I did format data, factory reset, wipe data, wipe dalvik cache, wiped cache, then restored nandroid. Well. This time no bootloop, just got an message that there is an internal error with your system. (Now what is this ?)
Got back all my apps but with no app data. (I restored data from backup). OS seems running stable but it's taking more internal space than It should take. Before backup, I had 2.40 GB free occupying 2.50 GB by apps, but after restoring, I got 1.90 GB free with 1.70 GB occupied by apps. I keep my whole internal memory is free anytime except installed apps. This is very weird.

What's the fix ? Well. I don't want to factory reset now.

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at what point was your nandroid backup done? because it seems faulty
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(11-14-2016, 11:23 AM)hovatek Wrote:
(11-13-2016, 07:03 PM)Sudarshan0564 Wrote: I recently bricked my device again while installing a mod (not bricked, i lost my audio engine), and then I restore a backup made previously. I did format data, factory reset, wipe data, wipe dalvik cache, wiped cache, then restored nandroid. Well. This time no bootloop, just got an message that there is an internal error with your system. (Now what is this ?)
Got back all my apps but with no app data. (I restored data from backup). OS seems running stable but it's taking more internal space than It should take. Before backup, I had 2.40 GB free occupying 2.50 GB by apps, but after restoring, I got 1.90 GB free with 1.70 GB occupied by apps. I keep my whole internal memory is free anytime except installed apps. This is very weird.

What's the fix ? Well. I don't want to factory reset now.

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at what point was your nandroid backup done? because it seems faulty

So what's wrong I am doing ?

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(11-14-2016, 12:45 PM)Sudarshan0564 Wrote: So what's wrong I am doing ?

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You should verify the stability of your backup first, if not, your rollbacks would be faulty.
What did you use to Make this Nandroid backup you keep reverting to?
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(11-14-2016, 03:42 PM)hovatek Wrote:
(11-14-2016, 12:45 PM)Sudarshan0564 Wrote: So what's wrong I am doing ?

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You should verify the stability of your backup first, if not, your rollbacks would be faulty.
What did you use to Make this Nandroid backup you keep reverting to?

Oh. How to do this ? Well, I was using TWRP 2.8.5.0.

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(11-15-2016, 03:52 AM)Sudarshan0564 Wrote: Oh. How to do this ? Well, I was using TWRP 2.8.5.0.

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Good.
Do you have the firmware for your phone (Not TWRP backup you made)
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(11-15-2016, 10:45 AM)hovatek Wrote:
(11-15-2016, 03:52 AM)Sudarshan0564 Wrote: Oh. How to do this ? Well, I was using TWRP 2.8.5.0.

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Good.
Do you have the firmware for your phone (Not TWRP backup you made)

Yeah. I have it. But SP download tool returns an error as broken/corrupted package while I was trying to flash it. So I think it's not going to work. However I will retry again.

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(11-15-2016, 02:52 PM)Sudarshan0564 Wrote: Yeah. I have it. But SP download tool returns an error as broken/corrupted package while I was trying to flash it. So I think it's not going to work. However I will retry again.

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Attach a full screenshot of the error message
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(11-15-2016, 07:00 PM)hovatek Wrote:
(11-15-2016, 02:52 PM)Sudarshan0564 Wrote: Yeah. I have it. But SP download tool returns an error as broken/corrupted package while I was trying to flash it. So I think it's not going to work. However I will retry again.

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Attach a full screenshot of the error message

I tried with latest version of research download tool 4.0 and its working fine. Ok. Now what to do ?

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(11-16-2016, 04:32 AM)Sudarshan0564 Wrote: I tried with latest version of research download tool 4.0 and its working fine. Ok. Now what to do ?

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Now root, flash the custom recovery then backup in the custom recovery
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