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The first two answers are incredibly bad advice. Formatting or re-writing the partition table, as suggested in the first 2 answers, does NOT delete the data and the data can be recovered in about 20 minutes. This is because deleting and recreating partition table does not delete data at all. You can recover data even after quick format of partition. It is ...
With the command mount -o loop rootfs.ext3 /media/fuse/ you have already mounted a loop device via the file rootfs.ext3, that contains a file system image. The file system is mounted in /media/fuse.
#!/bin/bash adb shell "su dd if=/dev/block/mmcblk0 | /dev/examiner/nc -l -p 8888" The problem is that this way the pipe is executed in the unprivileged adb shell, and not in the root shell spawned by su; this leads to the pipe being executed without root privileges and to the 0-lenght file (probably due to the if command failing to read a block device ...
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