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rsync -avS --progress -h fromPath/fileToCopy destPath/
Code language: Bash ( bash )
sudo dd if=/dev/sde1 | bzip2 –best > $(date +%Y%m%d_%H%M%S)_sde1-backup.bz2
or only read the used space and store it:
e2image -Qap /dev/sde1 sde1.qcow2 bzip2 -z hde1.qcow2
Convert it to a raw image (unzip it first)
e2image -r hde1.qcow2 hde1.raw
You probably have upgraded your system from 18.04 to 20.04?
If you remove xserver-xorg-hwe-18.04, the driver should install.
egrep –color “\b(PASS|FAIL)\b|$”
Go to Settings->Security , hit the “decrypt” button
Reset phone and the process will take about 20 minutes, leave the charger in! The data should be in there. ref
If no “crypt” button is found, then forget it
adb backup -shared -all -f ./Backupfilename.ab
Howto mount it on a computer
dd if=Backupfilename.ab skip=512 bs=128k iflag=nocache,skip_bytes oflag=nocache,append conv=notrunc of=OutfileimageEXT4.img
do this with all the ab files it creates, change the if= to the next file, leave the parameters as is.
sudo mount -t ext4 -o loop OoutfileimageEXT4.img /media/username/mountpoint_for_your_image
xrandr –output LVDS1 –panning 1920×1080 –size 1920×1080
a=-1, b=5 => ((b+(a%b))%b) = 4