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I was experimenting with my phone and I put the maximum CPU of my phone to 2.7k (dumb i know) and i checked save settings on reboot. Im currently in TWRP and if I restart my phone it will just happen again. My plan is to put another kernel on my phone and flashing that, but i dont know how to put it on the phone cause it doesn't show up on my computer during TWRP. Any help is highly appreicated thank you.
 
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Use adb push to transfer the file to the phone and flash!
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Use adb sideload to flash without transferring the file to your device.
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Use an OTG cable and flash directly from a usb drive!



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Use adb push to transfer the file to the phone and flash!
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Use adb sideload to flash without transferring the file to your device.
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Use an OTG cable and flash directly from a usb drive!



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Im using an OTG USB and its not coming up on my phone, the location is sdcard/usbStorage correct?
 
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Im using an OTG USB and its not coming up on my phone, the location is sdcard/usbStorage correct?
Noo.. After connecting the usb drive.. Head over to install and then go back one level(directory) .. You will find a directory called /usb-otg/.. All the files on your flash drive can be accessed from there.. It's been quite a while since I've used twrp though...

If it's still not there, make sure your drive is formatted as fat32..

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Yeah its not thereee.. Can you teach me how to do the adb push please
 
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Don't worry, fixed it. I uninstalled the franco kernal updater and now its fixed. Thanks for your help
 
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Yeah its not thereee.. Can you teach me how to do the adb push please
Read the stickies in the General and QnA! Everything's mentioned there

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Don't worry, fixed it. I uninstalled the franco kernal updater and now its fixed. Thanks for your help
Aah! That's good to hear! Glad you fixed it yourself

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