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By timreams, Member on 19th August 2014, 09:15 PM
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Not sure if this belongs here or in general but at some point wasn't there a recovery that included usb mass storage (possibly for the GS3) would it be possible to get that for the G2?
 
 
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It doesn't belong in development but no I don't believe it's possible for inbuilt memory but you can use adb sideload or adb push
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Guess what.. It doesn't belong here... There's a Q&A section for a reason. For QUESTIONS & ANSWERS.

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crap, i looked right past the Q&A when i scanned the section headings. sorry guys, and thanks,
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It doesn't belong in development but no I don't believe it's possible for inbuilt memory but you can use adb sideload or adb push

the problem with that is i dont have admin rights at work which in the past is where i generally do my flashing when i am not working on something else.
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the problem with that is i dont have admin rights at work which in the past is where i generally do my flashing when i am not working on something else.

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You can dir the folders in your phone and upload / delete files with adb commands, we're just missing the proper program to do this..
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