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Ok, I've got issues. I accidentally wiped internal storage as I was trying to flash a new ROM. I'm trying to ADB push a new ROM to the phone so I can actually get it functional. I'm running a command prompt from my SDK folder, but it keeps telling me that I don't have a device connected. Now, I know I had working drivers on this PC because it is the one I used to root. Any ideas why it would keep telling me that? Or some drivers that might work. I'm booted into TWRP 2.6.3.3 I have System, Data, and Cache mounted, and when I plug the phone in the PC makes the new device sound. I'm kind of at the end of my options here.
 
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Have you tried flashing back to stock?

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Install universal drivers, not carrier ones. They are indeed "limited". You could alternatively try Koush's drivers That are floating around.
 
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Have you tried flashing back to stock?

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Install universal drivers, not carrier ones. They are indeed "limited". You could alternatively try Koush's drivers That are floating around.
So that's what I had to do. Back on bone stock. At least it works again.
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