Originally Posted by partti86
my problem is stuck in boot screen after i did super wipe full what should i do? i have cwm 184.108.40.206. i try flash from sd put it says no files found
The issue, Superwipe wipes the internal /sdcard/ and also this is where it flashes from.
You need to boot to recovery and then use ADB to push files to the sdcard.
If you have never used ADB, it can be a bit daunting.
First, you need adb from the Android SDK. It is a big file for the few you need. I have a copy of the relevant ADB files here: https://db.tt/b9dQ6xzp
Unzip this to c:\adb folder on windows. If you are using Linux, it should already have adb in the /usr/bin/ folder.
Next, you need the Universal Naked Drivers: http://forum.xda-developers.com/atta...4&d=1367674531
Unzip these to c:\universal_naked_drivers
Boot to CWM and then plug in your USB cable. It should show a new device found. It may find 2, an MTP and then there should be another either Unknown device or an Android ADB device. Right click and update the driver. Be sure to search for driver, then tell it you want to pick from a list. Hit the Have Disk button and then hit the browse button and browse to c:\universal_naked_drivers and hit OK. It should show you a driver to select and hit OK. If you are using Win 8, there is an additional step that is required to used non-signed drivers.
Once the driver is updated, download the zip file you want to flash on your PC. I assume it is a ROM.zip file for this example. Place this file in the c:\adb folder and call it ROM.zip (can be named something else, but this is what we will use for this example).
Now, open a command prompt and execute the following:
c:\> cd c:\adb
c:\adb> adb devices
It will probably say some messages about the daemon is not running, restarting adb.
Then it should show a list. There should be some numbers followed by "recovery"
If no devices are shown, check that your ADB device is showing in the Device Manager.
Once you see it in the adb devices list, continue:
c:\adb> adb push ROM.zip /sdcard/
successfully pushed xxx bytes
At this point you should now see the ROM.zip file on the internal storage in CWM to allow you to install it.
Choose to install the file then reboot (not to recovery). You have to let it flash the file (progress bar will show). Once the screen goes black and the progress bar disappears, it should now boot to your ROM..
If your ROM requires a custom kernel and/or GAPPS to be flashed, use the same procedure to push your kernel.zip and GAPPS.zip to the /sdcard/ directory.
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