Backup HTC 10 with broken screen

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Feb 22, 2021
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Hey guys, I am trying to pull data from my HTC 10 via adb. I accidently dunked my phone in water and now my screen is black but still responsive. Phone has usb-debugging enabled but not rooted. I have a second HTC 10 which I am using for reference and a test run. When I boot into recovery, adb devices shows that the device is in sideload mode. What should I do now?
 

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    " I am trying to pull data from my HTC 10 via adb. I accidently dunked my phone in water and now my screen is black but still responsive."

    I almost choked reading this ahaha is there a water bucket waiting around :ROFLMAO: also how did you know its still responsive if screen is black :unsure: also you provably need a screen repair at this point
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    " I am trying to pull data from my HTC 10 via adb. I accidently dunked my phone in water and now my screen is black but still responsive."

    I almost choked reading this ahaha is there a water bucket waiting around :ROFLMAO: also how did you know its still responsive if screen is black :unsure: also you provably need a screen repair at this point
    There was a water bucket around. I know the screen is responsive because when I press I can hear sounds coming from the device.
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    why not adb pull data
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    @jjgvv

    The Android Backup (*.ab) file is a compressed TAR. It is compressed using the DEFLATE algorithm. On top of that, there can be AES encryption used. This is determined when you create the backup: if you enter a password then the backup is encrypted, otherwise; there is no encryption, it is only compressed.
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