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By toster jp, Member on 15th June 2014, 05:59 PM
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15th June 2014, 06:54 PM |#11  
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What directory is your ROM.zip?

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15th June 2014, 07:02 PM |#12  
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I'm trying to flash stock 4.4.3
Its placed in a few places... C:/users/kopa/adb C:/users/kopa/desktop C:/users/kopa
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okay
I just thought that you could help with this via TeamViewer so i could learn how to and you know, not spend another hour or two doing super basic things.

+yes

A neat little trick with Windows and cmd is to back out of the folder you are in. So, if the path was C:\Users\toster jp\adb, back out to the C:\Users\toster jp folder. Hold shift and right click the adb folder. Select Open command window here. Then, cmd automatically cd to the proper directory. Then your adb sideload rom.zip will work.
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I tried to put my rom everywhere... And still same thing. 'cannot read'

Be explicit please

Also don't forget you must enable sideload in recovery

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A neat little trick with Windows and cmd is to back out of the folder you are in. So, if the path was C:\Users\toster jp\adb, back out to the C:\Users\toster jp folder. Hold shift and right click the adb folder. Select Open command window here. Then, cmd automatically cd to the proper directory. Then your adb sideload rom.zip will work.


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huge thanks guys
I'm super happy because of that! And finaly I feel like I know how to use adb
THANKS!
15th June 2014, 07:13 PM |#16  
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huge thanks guys
I'm super happy because of that! And finaly I feel like I know how to use adb
THANKS!

Glad you got it worked out

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