Can't Backup using nandroid in recovery?

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    Can't Backup using nandroid in recovery?

    Ok, so i have jrodd's custom recovery and when i try to backup it says to run a script, well when i try to connect via adb in recovery i get another error
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    - exec '/system/bin/sh' failed: No such file or directory (2)
    any ideas?:confused:

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    That means whatever file you're looking for ur script in its either not i that file or its named something different than what you're typing it in...try connecting your phone and searching for it manually and go directly to that folder and see if whats in there is what you want

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    all i type in is adb shell and i get that though

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    Hey check this link out and i'll help you setup ADB and if you're like me you'll need to follow the link giving for "ADB for dummies" and everything you need to know is here!

    [ADB Setup] Motorola Backflip - xda-developers

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    haha nvm noob mistake, wasn't enough room on my SD Card, now another question what files do i copy to my computer for safe keeping?

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    and i just looked at the directory u tried...u might wanna give this a look:

    For those who have rooted and would like to be able to install non-market apps without using the adb install method, check j_r0dd's MOD here over at M3
    [MOD] Install non-market apps

    Ive got it installed myself and it works perfectly. The option for unsecured sources wont stay checked in application options, but it still allows you to install non-market apps

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    Sorry disregard that last post...really u should use a backup app to retain all the apps you want...including necessary system apps. I used Titanium backup and it has worked really well. I also hooked my phone up to my computer and jsut copied everything from my SD card just in case...which proved useful for some pictures that I lost. Doing those 2 things should protect you from any malfunctions. The only reason I lost stuff tho was cuz I decided I wanted to reset my phone just cuz....so if you decide u don't need a hard reset...then you might be fine. But it never hurts to back up your stuff. In fact...with your phone being rooted, its HIGHLY reccommended!

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