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Default Where are adb pushed files saved?

So yesterday I was stupid and accidentally wiped my internal sd when trying to install a rom so ended up having to adb push a rom file with twrp. I pushed it to "adb push ROM.zip /sdcard/" and it showed up in twrp so I could install the rom but now I can't seem to find the rom file anywhere. Any ideas where it might be?
 
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So yesterday I was stupid and accidentally wiped my internal sd when trying to install a rom so ended up having to adb push a rom file with twrp. I pushed it to "adb push ROM.zip /sdcard/" and it showed up in twrp so I could install the rom but now I can't seem to find the rom file anywhere. Any ideas where it might be?
since we don't have option for an SDcard.
there is only one place it could be.
on the root of your internal memory folder.
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since we don't have option for an SDcard.
there is only one place it could be.
on the root of your internal memory folder.
That's what I thought but I still can't seem to find it, it's almost like it was deleted. I only mounted storage when I pushed the rom, would that matter?
 
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That's what I thought but I still can't seem to find it, it's almost like it was deleted. I only mounted storage when I pushed the rom, would that matter?
If you were able to flash the ROM it HAD to of been on internal at one point.
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If you were able to flash the ROM it HAD to of been on internal at one point.
Yeah I know, it's weird... I've tried searching in multiple apps for the file too and they don't find anything. Do you happen to know of any apps that scan for large files? I guess it's not a big deal if I can't find it but I'm kind of ocd about organization and keeping free space lol.
 
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Yeah I know, it's weird... I've tried searching in multiple apps for the file too and they don't find anything. Do you happen to know of any apps that scan for large files? I guess it's not a big deal if I can't find it but I'm kind of ocd about organization and keeping free space lol.
I highly suggest "root explorer" but a few nice free file managers are: oi file manager, astro, es file manager.
Def. very weird that can't find it. Any of those apps can see the ROM files. Oh trust me man I'm a bit OCD myself, i understand.
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The sdcard is actually 0/storage/emulated

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