Originally Posted by dannyfal
I have the MyTouch 3G with the Cyanogen Recover 1.4.
I had the latest CyanogenMod 4.2.7 with no problems. I tried applying the Enoch theme 1.4.7 and it put my phone in a boot loop. I tried factory wiping. I don't have access to any of the cyanogenmod zip files on my SD card because the Cyanogen Updater doesn't put it on the root directory of the SD.
So is there a way to fix this? Get back to any build of the phone to work? Can I access the SD card if I connect it via USB to my PC? PLEASE HELP!!!!
You can enable usb mode in Cyanogen's recovery image by connecting the usb cable, dropping in to the console and typing (without quotes) "ums_enable" move your ROM and when you're done "ums_disable"
then "reboot recovery" and reflash.
If you don't have a computer you can use the console to my the files.
mount /sdcard <- Mounts the fat32 partition
ls <- See what files/folders are in the current directory
cd nameoffolder < change directory
then once you're in the folder where the ROMs are stored (cm-update, I believe) you can either move or copy them to the root.
use 'ls' again to find the filenanme of the ROM you want to copy/move..
cp name-of-rom.zip /sdcard <- to copy the ROM to the root, or use 'mv' to move the file.
EDIT: I am an idiot. You're on a MyTouch so you can't use the console in recovery. In that case connect your phone to your computer (which has the sdk setup with drivers) and type the commands I stated about after 'adb shell'