Online Nandroid Backup * ROOT

Online Nandroid Backup * ROOT


Nandroid backups are usually performed in recovery mode. This means you would have to turn off your phone and reboot in recovery mode, which wastes a whole lot of time rebooting and a lot more time offline. With this tool you can do nandroid backups without switching off your device.

THIS APP REQUIRES A ROOTED DEVICE WITH BUSYBOX!

Features:
* Creates backups in the CMW 5 and 6 style or TWRP!
* Full support of the onandroid script.
* Create custom names for your backups.
* Choose what partitions get backed up.
* Scheduled backups.
* Tasker support.
* Upload backup to FTP after creating backup.

NOT ALL DEVICES ARE FULLY SUPPORTED AT THIS TIME! IF YOU DEVICE IS NOT WORKING PROPERLY WITH THIS APP PLEASE SEND ME A BUG REPORT!

The onandroid script was developed by Ameer Dawood. The original XDA post can be found at: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1620255

Important: This tool requires a rooted phone with busybox to work!

Tags: rom, backup, nandroid

Recent changes:
Version 4.4.5
* Fixed bug that caused scheduled backup to not work.
* Updated translations.
* French translation added.
* Android 2.3 now required because of Google play services used by this app.
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Free
86
4.3
User ratings
2963
Installs
100,000+
Concerns
1
File size
4177 kb
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About Online Nandroid Backup * ROOT
Nandroid backups are usually performed in recovery mode. This means you would have to turn off your phone and reboot in recovery mode, which wastes a whole lot of time rebooting and a lot more time offline. With this tool you can do nandroid backups without switching off your device.

THIS APP REQUIRES A ROOTED DEVICE WITH BUSYBOX!

Features:
* Creates backups in the CMW 5 and 6 style or TWRP!
* Full support of the onandroid script.
* Create custom names for your backups.
* Choose what partitions get backed up.
* Scheduled backups.
* Tasker support.
* Upload backup to FTP after creating backup.

NOT ALL DEVICES ARE FULLY SUPPORTED AT THIS TIME! IF YOU DEVICE IS NOT WORKING PROPERLY WITH THIS APP PLEASE SEND ME A BUG REPORT!

The onandroid script was developed by Ameer Dawood. The original XDA post can be found at: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1620255

Important: This tool requires a rooted phone with busybox to work!

Tags: rom, backup, nandroid

Recent changes:
Version 4.4.5
* Fixed bug that caused scheduled backup to not work.
* Updated translations.
* French translation added.
* Android 2.3 now required because of Google play services used by this app.

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A Google User
5 days ago
Great app Worked fine on a Moto G. Made a twrp backup of an encrypted phone, then used adb to pull the backup files to PC. All this with the free version.
A Google User
Sep 8, 2014
WTF?! I installed the free version of this app. Even though the path for the backup was the SD card, it put the backup ON THE PHONE! Now my phone storage is compromised, because I can't delete the clockworkmod folder or any of its files. No matter what I do, the folder will NOT! BE! DELETED! I keep getting an error saying the folder is write protected. How do I get this folder OFF my phone storage?! Galaxy S5 (Sprint)
A Google User
Sep 3, 2014
Perfect The only way some times to make nandroid backup
A Google User
Sep 3, 2014
WTF?! I installed the free version of this app. Even though the path for the backup was the SD card, it put the backup ON THE PHONE! Now my phone storage is compromised, because I can't delete the clockworkmod folder or any of its files. No matter what I do, the folder will NOT! BE! DELETED! I keep getting an error saying the folder is write protected. How do I get this folder OFF my phone storage?!
A Google User
Sep 3, 2014
However 1)the differences between free/paid versions are not explicitly stated. Lots of developers seem to be doing that. This is not a consumer model I wish to participate to. I do not mind paying for a good app, as long as the dev is honest and upfront with regards to his commercial aims. 2)So I tried out the free version, and then discovered that it is ONLY in the paid app that you can restore a backup. 3)After doing a backup, 1 of the 3 options you are presented with is "View in Nandroid Manager", only to discover that it is another app which you have to download. A misleading step. 4)The app did not recognise my Lenovo Yoga 10 tablet B8000-F (with Kitkat). I choose the nearest corresponding model, Lenovo Smart Tabll10. The backup proceeded without a hitch. I cannot however verify it. 5)Owing to the I consider an ambiguous dev attitude (and am being polite), this app is gona get kicked out. End of.