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Old January 31st, 2012, 10:40 PM   #952 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by sdrawkcab25 View Post
If you are getting an "invalid directory" error, it means exactly that, you are attempting to access a directory (folder) that doesn't exist. The prompt needs to state the location of the folder where you have the adb folder before you start entering the commands.

Did you just extract mini adb to your C:\? Or leave it in the folder called mini adb? It should be left in a folder.

So if you are typing
Code:
cd c:\mini-adb_inc
And getting an "invalid directory", it means you need to create the folder mini-adb_inc and place the adb files into it.
Thanks for your timely reply!

That helped a TON! I actually had to rename it "inc" because the command would not recognize mini-adb_inc for whatever reason.. I am now S-OFF (and incredible pleased, thanks to all you genius')!

Thank you all!!!
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