What is Nandroid Backup – How to Create a Nandroid Backup

Nandroid Backup

Everything anyone wished to learn about Nandroid Backup

If you are less than technological experienced and have experiencing of the term “Nandroid backup”, you most likely ought to be obtaining confused as well as baffled much more. Okay, in the easier phrase, Nandroid backup is really a extremely handy back up choice, that very cautiously backs up the programs total memory space together with all of the associated applications, ROM, along with other related functions. Additionally you may really handily recover it just in the event you stumbled upon a destructed ROM, or even kernel, and so on.

This kind of backup is really certainly not comparable to some other applications like the titanium back-up in addition to truth features a very different system and also nicely prepared. When you take the actual backup in the best time after that it can be a total savior for you personally, preserving your own essential information from getting lost or even broken. This really is simply the backup approach to the actual Android OPERATING SYSTEM (os) from NAND memory space in the mobile phone which becomes stored inside storage area card slot.

This is why it really is typically recommended to own your own phone’s correct Nandroid backup right before anyone possibly think about flashing down in a new ROM. This task is very important as well as should be totally followed since simply because, in case some thing does not go right, the device may shift back in the prior operating condition.

Right before you begin off with all the recover as well as Nandroid backup procedure, keep in mind that it’s very important to you to root improve cell phone, and obtain the actual Clockwork Recovery set up. Remember this, the actual backup in this whole process goes towards the Sdcard, which means that the actual SD card should have plenty of totally free space so the phone’s whole material from the mobile phone memory space obtain renewed.

Among the most secure, simplest and a lot handy methods for executing the actual Nandroid backup through methodically making use of the actual ROM supervisor. This really is basically a totally free Android Application, which may be very easily downloadable through the Android Market. You can make use of it whilst running around Android to schedule procedures in order to complete it inside recovery.

In addition, it provides a GUI by which you can very easily set up ROMs as well as perform, handle as well as recover the actual backups. That is not alone, routines the task, and also instead reboots smartphone in to recovery, right after the actual steps was on time scheduled, lastly automatically executing it with the recovery.

So, the actual Nandroid backup is actually just the actual duplicate copy of the telephone. In the event you tend to be crystal clear along with suggestions like cloning or creation associated with ghost image from the pc hard disk, then that is simply related procedure that way. It is far from only keeping the total backup of the whole e-mail and also contact list, however also having a whole duplicate of everything.

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LunchMeet 1.1 is out!

Version 1.1 is out and ready for download in iOS app store today. It is aimed to address issues around the search algorithm and general stability. As always, we are looking forward to your feedback!

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LunchMeet FAQ

We have been getting many e-mails lately, most of them along similar lines, so I thought it might be a good idea to answer them in a blog post as a temporary FAQ. Here we go.

  1. Is there an Android version? Currently LunchMeet is an iOS only affair, but as mentioned in the interview with Mashable, an Android version is very high on our to-do list.
  2. Is there a web interface to use LunchMeet? Again this is not currently possible but it is an item on our potential future platforms list.
  3. Why didn’t you already develop for all existing platforms? Time and resources were our constraints. We wanted to use the iOS version as a concept test, to gauge user reactions and general reception. Now we are finding all that to be very favorable and our assumptions validated, we will be pushing forward towards more platforms.
  4. Why not a Blackberry version? Wouldn’t LunchMeet be super popular with berry wielding business people? You would think so, right? Funny, nobody actually has ever asked about a Blackberry version. So I guess it is not technically a frequently asked question. More like a curiously absent question. I wonder what that means for Blackberry users/apps.
  5. I want to try LunchMeet but does it work in my area? If you can find your area on Google Maps, then it will work for you.
  6. I have tried LunchMeet but there is nobody around to meet with. What gives? LunchMeet being very very new, it will take a some time for everyone in your area to start using it, which is something we are looking forward to. In the meantime, you can always use the app to invite an existing LinkedIn connection to have lunch with you, or you can announce your availability on your LinkedIn feed to increase your visibility.
  7. I found a bug! Get it away from me! We spent considerable time testing LunchMeet before launch, to make sure it works smoothly for everyone. Still, we may have missed some issues and if you do come across any, please let us know. There is one issue that we are currently aware of, which in some very rare cases causes the app to become unresponsive at the Messaging/Invitation Screen. We are working on correcting this as soon as possible.
  8. I want to be notified about future updates, features, versions, etc. The easiest way to be in the loop is to subscribe to our blog or to follow us on twitter @lunchmeetapp. Alternatively, you can give us lots of money and we will make sure you get all the news first.
  9. I love your idea, we should work together! Awesome! We are always open to offers of cooperation and partnerships that would allow us to provide greater value to our users. So let us know!
  10. I love your idea, can I invest in it? Again, we are open to offers that would help improve LunchMeet user experience. Resources surely help in that regard, but obviously this is a subject that would take very careful consideration on our part. There is no harm in talking about it, though.
  11. I can’t see my question on the list. Send us an e-mail via the Contact Us page! We do our best to answer all questions.

Hope this helps with some of the questions you may have.

Cheers,

Taylan

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LunchMeet interview on Mashable

I know visitors come from Mashable to here more often than the other way around, but in case you missed it, here is the link to the latest LunchMeet interview on Mashable:  http://mashable.com/2011/11/08/lunchmeet/

In other news: thanks a lot for all the feedback emails! It is really awesome to see people excited by the idea behind LunchMeet and offering their suggestions to improve it. I will try to reply to them as soon as I find the time.

 

Cheers!

Taylan

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