My HTC Incredible has 8GiB of internal storage. When I mount it to /emmc and try to push a large (>100MiB or so) file, the push will hang partway through -- no response, only Ctrl+C kills it. I know it has hung because I could check the status of the file via a separate 'adb shell', but the shell also starts returning nothing.
The weird thing is, if I push the large file in recovery mode, it always works completely fine.
If anyone has any suggestions, they'd be much appreciated.
Yeah, adb has its flaws. I deal with the adb killing error. I never tried pushing a file over 10mb so I would have no idea. I do know the older root method for the HTC Evo 4G included pushing around 4 80mb files or so, so maybe reinstalling adb on your pc would work wonders.
Old thread, I know, but thought I'd just post in case it helps someone. Same issue here with adb push. By pressing various random buttons, I got it to restart - it is Alt+C while in the CMD window on a PC that seems to get it going again.
Not sure if i had the same issue but i guess the command i gave was wrong.
adb push DCIM /sdcard/
Basically i wanted to push the DCIM folder inside the sdcard and the above command worked for me.
Make sure the slash is there infront and back of sdcard as I am pushing into the root of SDcard. I tried it without using the slash at the end and it froze like a minute. It took me some minute to figure it out what was wrong.
Just writing this if someone in the future has the same issue.
I am transferring 33GB photos from my Mac to OnePlus 6T so i dont think there is a lag for transferring file via ADB.
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