How to mount ext4 images system, userdata & vendor in windows

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How to mount ext4 images system, userdata & vendor in windows
How to mount ext4 images system, userdata & vendor in windows
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A good number of our members have been

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asking how to retrieve data

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from a userdata backup

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The data includes pictures, music, videos

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and all what not

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So, in this video tutorial

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i’m going to be showing how to mount an

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EXT4 image in windows

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EXT4 images can include system, userdata

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and vendor

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So, we’re going to be using

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Disk Internals Linux Reader

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Now before we begin, lets check if

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this images we have here are all in EXT4

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format

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So, we have a guide on how to check

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the file system of an image

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This is the tutorial guide, you can visit the

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link

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or search the forum

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So, we can see file system of

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system.img is in EXT4 format

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Userdata is also in EXT4

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format

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But vendor isn’t

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So we’re going to convert vendor

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to an EXT4 format image

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For this, we’re going to be using

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sgs2toext4

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file

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We’ll open this

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Now, we’ll drag vendor image

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onto the tool

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So, down here you can see its converting

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Now once it’s done converting

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you’ll see it will start reading 0 B/s

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we can now close this tool

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This is our EXT4 image

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Now lets confirm if

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this image is really EXT4 format

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So here we can see

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this is an EXT4 image

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So we have our

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images all in EXT4 format now

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Now

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to mount EXT4 images in windows

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we’re going to use Disk Internals

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Linux Reader

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So i’ll launch the tool

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On the interface, click on Drives

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click mount image

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tick

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Raw Disk Images then click Next

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Navigate to the location of

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the images

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we wish to mount

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So i want to mount

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all three of this

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So here we go,

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this is system, this is vendor

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and this is userdata

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So we can double click to open

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and check what is inside

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But for the purpose of this tutorial

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let me go over to userdata

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Now in userdata

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to retrieve your

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files, you’ll goto data

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that’s once you open it, you’ll goto media folder

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in media folder

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you’ll goto 0 (zero)

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zero should normally be your

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internal storage

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So here we can see

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some of my old files

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In this case

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i want to retrieve

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this is what i want to retrieve

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so i’ll right click

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click save

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save files

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click Next

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Now select the directory

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the folder where you want to save the

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the file or folders or whatever you’ve chosen

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you can click browse, i want to save

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them on my desktop

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then click OK

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click Next

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click Next again

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Once it’s done

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you’ll see completing the export wizard

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click Finish

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So

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we can now close the tool

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and here’s our file

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