[Solved] Deleting a unseen file with ADB
I've got this weird problem, its not who knows what but, i had cm10.2, since they're all nightlies i decided to do a full wipe,
Installed 4.2.2 takju factory image, then before i even start to boot the phone i installed cm10.1.2, the way i put cm10.1.2 after the full wipe was
from the tutorial on the cyanogenmod wiki. This command:
adb push YOURROMZIP.zip /sdcard/
Which in my case is cm-10.1.2-maguro.zip
I did the same with the gapps that go with the cm.
Now the problem is that when i get into CWM v6023, And i, for example select choose zip from sdcard i see the two zip files in there, in /sdcard/
but i can only install them from the cwm ofc... when i boot into the rom and use root explorer or file manager, both with root permissions, i cannot
see the files in the /sdcard/, i tried with
adb pull cm-10.1.2-maguro.zip /sdcard/
But all i get is "remote object does not exist"
I tried with shell rm, it still does not exist.
But i can see it taking space, usually i get around 500 mb used with a clean install + my apps, but now i get 750mb because of those two files
Is there any way i can remove them?Because the only thing that sees they're there is CWM..