Tuesday, April 29, 2014

commands for backup/restore with terminal emulator android

Commands For Backup/Restore With Terminal Emulator Android


       bmgr backup PACKAGE
       bmgr enable BOOL
       bmgr enabled
       bmgr list transports
       bmgr list sets
       bmgr transport WHICH
       bmgr restore TOKEN
       bmgr restore TOKEN PACKAGE...
       bmgr restore PACKAGE
       bmgr run
       bmgr wipe TRANSPORT PACKAGE

Backup:

The 'backup' command schedules a backup pass for the named package.
Note that the backup pass will effectively be a no-op if the package
does not actually have changed data to store.

Enable:

The 'enable' command enables or disables the entire backup mechanism.
If the argument is 'true' it will be enabled, otherwise it will be
disabled.  When disabled, neither backup or restore operations will
be performed.

The 'enabled' command reports the current enabled/disabled state of
the backup mechanism.

List transports:

The 'list transports' command reports the names of the backup transports
currently available on the device.  These names can be passed as arguments
to the 'transport' and 'wipe' commands.  The currently selected transport
is indicated with a '*' character.

List sets:

The 'list sets' command reports the token and name of each restore set
available to the device via the current transport.

Transport:

The 'transport' command designates the named transport as the currently
active one.  This setting is persistent across reboots.

Restore:

The 'restore' command when given just a restore token initiates a full-system
restore operation from the currently active transport.  It will deliver
the restore set designated by the TOKEN argument to each application
that had contributed data to that restore set.

The 'restore' command when given a token and one or more package names
initiates a restore operation of just those given packages from the restore
set designated by the TOKEN argument.  It is effectively the same as the
'restore' operation supplying only a token, but applies a filter to the
set of applications to be restored.

The 'restore' command when given just a package name intiates a restore of
just that one package according to the restore set selection algorithm
used by the RestoreSession.restorePackage() method.

Run:

The 'run' command causes any scheduled backup operation to be initiated
immediately, without the usual waiting period for batching together
data changes.

Wipe:

The 'wipe' command causes all backed-up data for the given package to be
erased from the given transport's storage.  The next backup operation
that the given application performs will rewrite its entire data set.
Transport names to use here are those reported by 'list transports'.

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2 comments:

  1. please can u write a sample code for me to help me create entire backup of the android system on my phone. the backup should include system, recovery, boot, etc

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  2. secret android commands : http://www.app-mug.com/2017/01/important-android-commands.html

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