Back Up Any Partition on Your Rooted Android Device [How-To]

How to Create Backups of Any Partition on Android
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In this tutorial, I’ll be showing you how to back up any partition on your Android deviceβ€”including the EFS partition, which houses your device’s IMEI.

You’ll need to be rooted to take advantage of this, but more info on that is available at the full tutorial.

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  1. Hello sir , I have a problem with my Mi A2 Lite. I have installed TWRP Recovery on my device few days ago and rooted my device. But today when I entered my phone's recovery mood then there was showing " The System Has been Destroyed". No recovery wasn't there. So I again flashed TWRP from my PC power shall and the flashing process was failed . It was showing " Remote partitions doesn't exist"
    What should I do now? πŸ˜”πŸ˜”
    Please help me sir.. πŸ™πŸ™
    I'm waiting for your reply ..πŸ˜“

  2. I did the same..i selected efs file to backup in sdcard on samsung s5. It shown notification that backup is completed. But when i open sdcard. There is no such file in the folder. I cant understand what do I need to do more. Pls help.

  3. Can't set external USB destination. This makes the app useless. Might as well dd from a terminal.

  4. Have a question. Can i use tar.gz
    Then move the file from phone ext_sd to PC
    Then restore….via fastboot? Or…

    Re-download to the phone and restore via partitions backup app?

    Htc one m8 ,twrp, multirom, rooted ,s-off, blah blah blah
    Thanks in advance and thank you for making this article!

    Have you done one on how to partition and format for booting roms from ext_SD ?

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