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Hi! Can I retore data from my bricked TF300T from internal memory somehow? I was storing photos on device memory on my Asus TF300T and now its bricked. I need to restore these photos, my girlfriend has something like 1000 of them from her trip to Caracas. Its very important for her. I already managed to connect the device through fastboot and I launched adb in cmd. What should I do next? Please help me guys
 
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Hi! Can I retore data from my bricked TF300T from internal memory somehow? I was storing photos on device memory on my Asus TF300T and now its bricked. I need to restore these photos, my girlfriend has something like 1000 of them from her trip to Caracas. Its very important for her. I already managed to connect the device through fastboot and I launched adb in cmd. What should I do next? Please help me guys
As you have adb access, you can use adb pull to retrieve the files:
adb pull device_path local_path
For example:
adb pull /sdcard/photos/photo001.jpg photos/

You probably need to do that file-by-file, though I never tried a directory. Some shell scripting might help.

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Is there an easier way to copy them all? It will be pretty hard to copy 1000 photos one by one ;/
 
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Is there an easier way to copy them all? It will be pretty hard to copy 1000 photos one by one ;/

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Is there an easier way to copy them all? It will be pretty hard to copy 1000 photos one by one ;/
Well, the trick is to use shell scripting, like mentioned. For example on Linux, something like:
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adb shell ls /sdcard/photos/ >filelist.txt
for p in $(cat filelist.txt); do adb pull /sdcard/photos/$p photos/; done
There should be similar scripting capabilities in Windows, but never used those.
Or you can use Cygwin with above lines.

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Or better
adb pull /storage/sdcard/photos/. ~


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Or better on GNU/Linux
adb pull /storage/sdcard/photos/. ~
Oh, true, with an up-to-date adb you can indeed pull a directory. Either older versions didn't support that, or I never noticed.
Should work on Windows as well.

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Oh, true, with an up-to-date adb you can indeed pull a directory. Either older versions didn't support that, or I never noticed.
Should work on Windows as well.

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On Linux cuz there's ~ instead of something like
C:\Users\Admin\

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