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restoring a backup

Discussion in 'Droid Bionic Hacks' started by jcwilliams, Feb 10, 2012.

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    i have a backup for stock root before i loaded eclipse. i want to go back to the stock root setup i had but when i click restore it tells me that the md5 sums do not match. how do i fix this if i even can?
    thanks
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    Make sure you have not changed the name of your backup file by adding any spaces in the name. A space in the backup name will give the md5 checksum error. You don't have to rename it to the original name, just make sure you don't have spaces or special characters in the name. Also, did you make the backup using Bionic Bootstrap Recovery? Go back into bootstrap recovery (cwrecovery, not stock) and restore from there.
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    Awesome thanks. I had a space in it. I was getting worried.