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How To Backup Your Android Device

How To Backup Your Android Device

How To Backup Your Android Device

This tool will create a full backup of your device that you can restore at any time. Whatever method you choose, be sure to create regular backups of your Android device. This will ensure that you can always restore your device to a working state, even if you experience a major software problem.

Right from themes to animation and lock screen interface. I would say if you want to try something different, do give it a shot.

backup stock rom without root

This is where installing a custom Android ROM comes into the picture. Here’s how you can install a custom Android ROM on your phone to change the UI, add new features, and customize it to your liking. The above given procedure may slightly vary between Android devices,the process is basically same. Sometimes, installation instructions can have some variations depending on your device.

So that’s how to extract stock boot.img file from stock firmware. If you run across any problems, please let us know in the comments. TWRP stands for Team Win Recovery Project, and it is an open-source custom recovery software for Android devices.

  • Although there is no chance of damage, still we request you to carefully follow the procedure.
  • Always be careful with custom ROM’s because you can accidentally brick your device, so make sure to learn the instructions twice to avoid mistakes.
  • So if you own phones from one of these OEMs, I would highly recommend Paranoid Android to any other ROM on this list.
  • Double-click on the file named “Odin3 v3.07.exe.” This is the tool you are going to be using to flash the ROM on your device.

The TWRP recovery software is a powerful tool that gives a new life to an Android device, and that’s one of the biggest reasons why I choose Android over an iPhone. Let us know what do you think about the TWRP recovery software in the comment section below. You won’t find any of the options in the stock recovery except HARD RESET. There are billions of Android users, but only stock firmware file a few millions know about TWRP.