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Help. I stupidly erased internal storage now don't know what to do

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By scott62185, Senior Member on 29th August 2014, 02:27 AM
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Originally Posted by devilsdouble

Why would you feel stupid? You have not used adb before, you don't know it, simple. I myself never thought that I would ever understand ADB, and loathed it, when I was a Samsung user.

Now just stay on bootloader mode, open ADB, type in that command, see if you can see your device.

If your ADB is corrupt for whatever reasons, I think you can just download the ElementalX pack, which I think is available on rootjunky.com or some website. Their YouTube video guides helped me a lot.

And if all these fails flash Philz and go the OTG way as others have suggested.

PS: Here's the ElementalX package if you already don't have it, http://www.elementalxdesigns.com/ecl...d-install-TWRP

Just FYI: ADB is not used (and doesn't work) from the bootloader. ADB and fastboot are 2 totally different things. FASTBOOT is used from the bootloader (AP Fastboot Mode).

ADB is only used in recovery, and when booted into android (assuming you enabled usb debugging).

Best not to confuse the two.
 
 
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