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Huawei u8100 problem

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Hi everyone, thanks in advance

I rooted my huawei u8100 2.1 eclair using Paul's superboot for pulse mini.

Everything was going great, until I began using app2sd. It didnt seem to make a difference. I was going to restore to a backup using amon ra recovery. I saw a function in the recovery menu under "other". It was "Move apps+dalv to SD. I thought this might fix the problem of app2sd, so i did it. Wups? Now all my apps seemed to have disappeared. When I try to recover a nandroid backup,it gives me a E:Couldn't open directory /sdcard/nandroid/. Can anyone give me a hand?

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Hi everyone, thanks in advance

I rooted my huawei u8100 2.1 eclair using Paul's superboot for pulse mini.

Everything was going great, until I began using app2sd. It didnt seem to make a difference. I was going to restore to a backup using amon ra recovery. I saw a function in the recovery menu under "other". It was "Move apps+dalv to SD. I thought this might fix the problem of app2sd, so i did it. Wups? Now all my apps seemed to have disappeared. When I try to recover a nandroid backup,it gives me a E:Couldn't open directory /sdcard/nandroid/. Can anyone give me a hand?

connect sd to computer and move all files to to computer then format the card the partition the sd a again

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connect sd to computer and move all files to to computer then format the card the partition the sd a again

Didn't do anything...thanks anyways, anyone else?

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