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Help! I deleted the contents in my nandroid folder.

Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by aczaplicki, Mar 7, 2010.

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    I was cleaning up my phone and I deleted the contents in my nandroid folder. When i went to boot into recovery it was the stock recovery, so I took them out of the trash can and put them back. I rebooted again, and it is the same stock recovery. What should I do. Thanks.
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    How did you get back to the stock recovery? Having an empty nandroid folder doesn't revert you back to the stock recovery image?
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    Im not sure that is all that I changed.
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    You should still be on sprecovery even if you deleted your memory card contents as sprecovery resides in the recovery partition of your phone. If you want to recreate a backup, just hit backup>simple nandroid backup

    If you really did bork sprecovery, which is HIGHLY unlikely, download http://downloads.droidmod.org/recovery-0.99.3c.img

    copy that to your sdcard.

    open up adb, type in
    su
    flash_image recovery recovery-0.99.3c.img
    reboot
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    When I copied the files back into the folder I must have added one. I deleted everything except the consol one and it is working now. It could have also been the ese53 backup I had in there. Once I deleted that, it is working again.
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