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    just rooted and ran bootstrap recovery...

    So I rooted using z4 root and downloaded droid x bootstrap. When I ran bootstapper and rebooted after a couple minutes it says backup complete. However right above that it says:

    ClockworkMod Recovery v2.5.0.6
    SD Card space free: 14985MB
    Backing up system...
    Backing up data...
    Backing up .android_secure...
    Backing up cache...
    No sd-ext found. Skipping backup of sd-ext.
    Generating md5 sum...

    Backup Complete!


    I am worried about the line that says no sd-ext found. Is this ok or did something not work right? I definitely have the sd card that came with the phone installed. Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by danCBR1Krr View Post
    So I rooted using z4 root and downloaded droid x bootstrap. When I ran bootstapper and rebooted after a couple minutes it says backup complete. However right above that it says:

    ClockworkMod Recovery v2.5.0.6
    SD Card space free: 14985MB
    Backing up system...
    Backing up data...
    Backing up .android_secure...
    Backing up cache...
    No sd-ext found. Skipping backup of sd-ext.
    Generating md5 sum...

    Backup Complete!

    I am worried about the line that says no sd-ext found. Is this ok or did something not work right? I definitely have the sd card that came with the phone installed. Thanks.
    So mount your X to a computer and take a look. If you see the SD card, you have nothing to worry about.
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    Once I enable mass storage mode and open the drive on my computer I don't see a folder that says sd. Is the drive that comes up on my desktop (no name) my sd card?

    If I go into Astro and select sd, I con see a folder that says clockwork mod. When I open that folder it says backup with todays date. Does this mean I am good to go?
    Last edited by danCBR1Krr; 01-21-2011 at 05:46 PM.
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    Don't worry about your SDCard.. it says that every time for me.

    There's no need for it to backup your SDCard because you never wipe it.

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