Commit a8cb8975 authored by Romain Hunault's avatar Romain Hunault

Use code syntax for buttons

parent 0fe5e31e
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## Understand the TWRP backups
TWRP makes `nandroid` backups, which are near-complete images of your system.
TWRP makes `nandroid` backups, which are near-complete images of your system.
- You use nandroid backups to restore your phone to exactly the state it was in when you backed up: the version of Android, your wallpaper, your home screen, right down to which text messages you had left unread.
## Flash TWRP on your device
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- Boot into TWRP recovery
To get in the recovery the Key combination may be different for each device. Refer the section on the particular [device info pages](https://doc.e.foundation/devices/) for boot modes
- For some devices it could be
`Power` and `Volume Down` buttons simultaneously then use the volume keys to boot into “Recovery Mode”
`Power` and `Volume Down` buttons simultaneously then use the volume keys to boot into `Recovery Mode`
- Once your device has reboot it should be in the TWRP main screen as shown below
![](/images/TWRP_Backup.png)
- In the next screen Tap the “Name” bar at the top to give the backup a recognizable name.
- In the next screen Tap the `Name` bar at the top to give the backup a recognizable name.
- Check the Boot, System, and Data boxes, and then swipe the bar along the bottom to back up.
> Backups are fairly large, so if you get an error about there not being enough space, you may have to delete some things on your internal storage or SD card before continuing
![](/images/TWRP_Backup1.png)
- The backup will take a few minutes to complete, so be patient.
- Once it is finished, you can tap “Back” to go back to TWRP’s main menu
- Alternately you can tap “Reboot System” to reboot back into Android
- Once it is finished, you can tap `Back` to go back to TWRP’s main menu
- Alternately you can tap `Reboot System` to reboot back into Android
## Restore from a TWRP Backup
- Boot back into TWRP, and tap the “Restore” button on the home screen
- Boot back into TWRP, and tap the `Restore` button on the home screen
![](/images/TWRP_Restore.png)
- TWRP will show you a list of your previous backups
- Tap the one you want and it will show you the following screen.
- TWRP will show you a list of your previous backups
- Tap the one you want and it will show you the following screen.
![](/images/TWRP_Restore1.png)
- Make sure all the boxes are checked and swipe the bar to restore.
![](/images/TWRP_Recovery2.png)
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