Once again, I find myself in a pickle, and Google isn't helping.
I took the plunge and finally decided after a year of "living with" the crap in the Verizon OS builds that I would make the switch to Cyanogen.
I followed the instructions, backed up all my apps with Titanium, and then used Safestrap to additionally create a complete backup of my stock system before I wiped it in case I ran into something and needed to turn it all back around to how I was before I started this.
And, of course, I screwed something up. I put the Maserati build on my sdcard, but I forgot to copy over the other .zip packages before I started this process. Needless to say, I ended up with a very plain Cyanogen ROM and none of the extras I had intended to load. No worries though, I backed up my previous system, I can return to it rather quickly without fail....
And that's where i was apparently wrong.
I can see the backup files on my device. They're sitting right there in the backup folder just like I expected them to be.
Unfortunately, when I go to the restore screen in Safestrap to restore them to the root ROM, it isn't listing the files.
There's plenty of step-by-step instructions on how to safely install the ROM, run the backups, wipe the system, and even to recover from bricking your phone. I can't find a damn thing on how to restore this backup data.
Any help is greatly appreciated.