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 [HOW TO] Nandroid Restore

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PostSubject: [HOW TO] Nandroid Restore   Sun Jun 28, 2009 11:56 am

For those of you who have root (if you did not already know) you can do a nandroid backup and restore your phone back to the time you did the backup.

What you will need to do the backup:
The Android SDK - can be found here!
On your SD Card you will have a folder titled nandroid-from there you will need the following files:
data.img
system.img
boot.img

Begin the restore process:
  1. Open your C drive and create a folder named Android
  2. Go to the SDK folder and copy the adb.exe, AdbWinApi.dll and fastboot.exe from the tools folder and put it in the Android folder you just created.
  3. Copy the Nandroid backup files data.img, system.img, and boot.img from your SD card to the Android folder as well.
  4. Power off your phone and power up your phone by holding CAMERA+POWER, you should see three androids on skateboards. If you don't see this go install the Engineering boot loader
  5. Press the back button to go into Fastboot mode.
  6. Make sure your pc is using the correct driver. Open the device manager on your pc. Right click on the correct USB device and update the driver. Pick the option to browse for a driver on your pc. The driver is located in the Android SDK you downloaded in the folder called usb_driver. If this is done right you will now see a device called ADBInterface and in there you will see HTC Bootloader.
  7. Press start, go to run and type cmd (If you are on Vista just type cmd in the search box and hit enter). The command prompt will pop up.
  8. Type cd C:\android


then enter the following commands:
Code:
fastboot flash system system.img
it will say Sending and then say OKAY, then writing and say OKAY if it was successful
then type
Code:
fastboot flash userdata data.img
wait for the second OKAY and type
Code:
fastboot flash boot boot.img
wait for the second OKAY and type
Code:
fastboot reboot

Your device will reboot and be set back to the time you did the nandroid cheers

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