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[Q] ADB Push and internal storage

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3rd September 2014, 02:53 PM   |  #1  
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Hi all,

I accidentally deleted internal storage while I was trying to flash paranoid android on my Nexus 5. I then managed to push the ROM.zip back into my phone's internal storage using ADB Push. I installed the ROM but after the ROM installed, the zip file is no longer in the internal storage. What happened to the zip package? Where did it go?

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3rd September 2014, 02:56 PM   |  #2  
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Sorry
The media dir is blank. I used the command as ADB push ROM.zip /sdcard
3rd September 2014, 05:33 PM   |  #4  
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Originally Posted by thenighthawk

Sorry
The media dir is blank. I used the command as ADB push ROM.zip /sdcard

Use

adb rom.zip /sdcard/

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3rd September 2014, 06:17 PM   |  #5  
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Quote:
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Sorry
The media dir is blank. I used the command as ADB push ROM.zip /sdcard

It isn't blank. You're just using a file explorer without permissions to view it.

If you used CWM recovery when you adb pushed, its as already state by @Aerowinder... . In /data/media because CWM recovery still mounts /sdcard as /data/media instead of what android 4.2+ mounts it as which is /data/media/0

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It isn't blank. You're just using a file explorer without permissions to view it.

If you used CWM recovery when you adb pushed, its as already state by @Aerowinder... . In /data/media because CWM recovery still mounts /sdcard as /data/media instead of what android 4.2+ mounts it as which is /data/media/0

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I used TWRP v2.6.3
I will look in TWRP Mount settings if I can configure the permissions.
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I used TWRP v2.6.3
I will look in TWRP Mount settings if I can configure the permissions.

What permissions?

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You're right. There are no permissions to configure in TWRP file explorer.

Should I switch to CWM?
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Just boot into android and use a proper file explorer with root access.

Or you can use adb and Linux command line to

mount /data
ls /data/media

To see if the file is there.

Also I know with Philz recovery when you formatted /sdcard, the 0 folder from /data/media/0 was gone leaving only /data/media (until a commit was made to recreate 0) so its possible TWRP does the same making /sdcard temporarily mount to /data/media

Anyway not sure where it is if its not there

No don't change to CWM

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