[QUOTE=timmaaa;46167512]If you want to mount through recovery you'll need to install TWRP instead of CWM, I don't think CWM includes a mount feature, right? If you want to install it just follow these instructions:
Download TWRP 2.6 from here
. Put the file in your fastboot folder. Connect phone in fastboot mode, open command prompt from within fastboot folder, issue the following commands:
fastboot flash recovery "filename.img"
(the exact filename, minus the talking marks)
fastboot erase cache
Now you can enter TWRP recovery on your phone and mount your storage via the mount menu.
Okay. I installed TWRP recovery and formatted the /SD into FAT32. All appears to have gone well. I downloaded the latest CM 10.2 nightly for 10/4/2013. I unzipped the file to a folder on my desktop. I copied the boot.img into my platform-tools folder that contains fastboot.exe and adb.exe. I copied the zipped file for the ROM onto the freshly formatted /SD (now D: in My Computer). I used fastboot flash boot boot.img. It wrote correctly. I then went into recovery and launched TWRP. It did not give me the option of mounting the folder as indicated in the FAQ tutorial in this forum. I instead used the Install button in TWRP. It failed:
Updating partition details...
Checking for MD5 file ...
Skipping MD5 check: no MD5 file found.
Verifying zip signature...
assert failed: getprop("ro.bootloader") == "2.14.0000" ||
getprop("ro.bootloader") == "2.15.0000"
E:Error executing updater binary in zip '/sdcard/cm-10.2-20131004-NIGHTLY-evita.zip'
Updating partition details ...
What am I doing wrong? I've tried clearing caches, rebooting into the bootloader through adb, rebooting into fastboot.
So far the help has been outstanding. Get me over this last hurdle please!