Originally Posted by szvenig7
I am trying to revert my HTC Evo Shift 4G, which is running android 2.3.4 to android 2.2. I have been able to successfully temp root it, but I've been getting stuck after that. I'm using these instructions. I wasn't sure what to do for step 4, until I found this (second reply, by the user "timlair") but when I attempted to follow his instructions, I received the following error message "adb: not found." Does anyone have any suggestions, or am I doing something wrong?
Thanks in advance
ADB.exe is a file on your local PC. When you do "adb shell" you are now running on the phone's shell. If you need to run linux commands on the phone you do so from within adb shell ($ or su prompt #). Once you're done, type "exit" (maybe twice if you're in the # prompt) and it will return you to your command prompt. You can then execute more adb commands like "adb push" or "adb reboot recovery".
Hope that helps!