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My Home Assistant configuration files are running on my Hass.io installation on an
Odroid C2 RaspberryPi 3 Odroid N2.
Restoring a snapshot on a fresh install of Hassio requires that you upload the snapshot to Hassio in the first place. There is no way to upload snapshots from the UI at this time so the first thing to do is install and configure an addon of your preference. Samba, Configurator, or IDE are all good choices for this.
After uploading to the backup directory, visit the snapshot page in the UI and reload the page using the icon in the upper right of the page to make the uploaded files visible. From there you can select your snapshot, choose a full or partial install and choose restore.
Note: Before restoring third-party addons, add their repositories to the addon store page first! These are any addons which are not in the official repo or the community addon repo. Nothing bad will happen, but those addons won’t get restored. You can always add the repos and then go back and do a partial restore of the missing addons.