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Can I pull files from my phone in recovery using ADB?

13th April 2014, 03:49 PM |#1  
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I can't boot into Android because my phone has no ROM in it and I can't install a ROM because of /data partition problems. I can get into recovery fine.

So I want to pull all the files from my phone. Can I do this in recovery, using ADB? If so, what is the command?

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13th April 2014, 04:20 PM |#2  
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I can't boot into Android because my phone has no ROM in it and I can't install a ROM because of /data partition problems. I can get into recovery fine.

So I want to pull all the files from my phone. Can I do this in recovery, using ADB? If so, what is the command?

Thanks!

have you tried sideload a rom?
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have you tried sideload a rom?

I doubt that would work, I've tried restoring backups and flashing roms already on my phone, but it doesn't work.
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I doubt that would work, I've tried restoring backups and flashing roms already on my phone, but it doesn't work.

just try first. who knows
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If you have custom recovery you can pull your files using 'adb pull /sdcard/'
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If you have custom recovery you can pull your files using 'adb pull /sdcard/'

Awesome, this worked, thanks!
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