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Question [Q]Can't Mount while in TWRP - Please Help

Hi everyone. So I am having a little bit of trouble using the Mount feature in TWRP. I have tried two versions (v2.6.3.4 and v2.7.0.4b) and neither allowed me to use mount.

One thing I have noticed is when I boot into recovery, there is a missing driver showing in my Device Manager. I'm not sure if that has anything to do with it. And when I tried to manually install the HTC Sync driver, it just says couldn't find driver.

Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks.

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HTC One M7 32GB AT&T
Android Version: 4.4.2
HTC Sense Version: 5.5
Software Number: 4.18.502.7
HTC SDK API Level: 5.68
Baseband Version: 4A.25.3263.21_10.38x.1157.04L
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Guys I could really use some help with this. My phone's rom messed up and so I went into recovery to wipe and reinstall it. Only, I forgot that I'd removed the rom.zip from my storage while I was putting content on the storage a few days prior.

So now, I can't install a rom to my phone, I can't boot into a rom because there is no rom installed, I can't mount my phone to the computer in recovery because it doesn't see it in ADB.

All I have is fastboot and I don't know if I can copy a rom to the phone using fastboot.

Some help would be really appreciated.
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Guys I could really use some help with this. My phone's rom messed up and so I went into recovery to wipe and reinstall it. Only, I forgot that I'd removed the rom.zip from my storage while I was putting content on the storage a few days prior.

So now, I can't install a rom to my phone, I can't boot into a rom because there is no rom installed, I can't mount my phone to the computer in recovery because it doesn't see it in ADB.

All I have is fastboot and I don't know if I can copy a rom to the phone using fastboot.

Some help would be really appreciated.
Just get a USB to SD card adapter and put the ROM back on the card from your PC.
 
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Just get a USB to SD card adapter and put the ROM back on the card from your PC.
The HTC One doesn't have a micro sd card.

It seems my only options are to use an OTG cable and mount it from a flash drive or find a system.img and boot.img.
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I found a solution to recovering my device and my original question. XDA search saved me a long night of stress.

After installing this universal ADB driver, ADB was recognizing the phone in Recovery. It wouldn't let me mount the internal storage or use sideload, but I was able to push my rom.zip to /data/media/0/ and voila problem solved.

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Hey guys,

I'm having a lot of trouble with my AT&t HTC One. I was trying to update it to android revolution v62 and by accident i wipe my entire internal sd card and I have no rom on the phone to boot into right now. I know you can sideload a rom or put a rom on your sd card via this guide http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2318497. But the problem is I can not get my computer to recognize my phone. I have the android sdk installed with all the updates. I have the HTC drivers installed as well. I just need my computer to recognize my phone. It only shows up in device manager when i put it into fastboot mode. I tried to do the RUU but it couldn't recognize the phone. Also when I try to do adb devices, it also shows that no devices are connected I think it's a driver issue. Also I'm on windows 7 64 bit. Thanks so much!

Also my phone is

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EDIT:
I finally figured out how to fix it.It was a driver issue the whole time. The HTC drivers were not working and what I ended up doing was using this driver download.clockworkmod.[com]/test/UniversalAdbDriverSetup6.msi

(remove brackets from [.com] above) and then i just pushed the rom to my sd card and installed it. I hope this helps anyone else out there.
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