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You don't need to be in sideload mode to use adb in recovery. I use adb in recovery all the time on all my devices to push files

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You don't need to be in sideload mode to use adb in recovery. I use adb in recovery all the time on all my devices to push files

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I believe that's if you're using push commands, no? Other than adb push commands, can you use other adb commands while in a custom recovery, without adb sideload?

For the sake of clarity, you cannot use any adb commands while in stock recovery, but you could if you have a custom recovery.
 
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I believe that's if you're using push commands, no? Other than adb push commands, can you use other adb commands while in a custom recovery, without adb sideload?

For the sake of clarity, you cannot use any adb commands while in stock recovery, but you could if you have a custom recovery.
Adb shell as well as numerous other commands work just fine

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