ADB Push not working


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  1. abock33

    abock33 Member This Topic's Starter

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    Ok First off I'm a total Noob. I just rooted mt Dinc and am trying to change the boot animation. I can't get the adb push command to work. What am I doing wrong i followed the droid life directions and it says Adb is not recognised as an internal or external command what am I doing wrong?
     

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  2. Mr.Slave

    Mr.Slave Well-Known Member

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    Post a link to instructions you followed and I can help.
     
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    Mr.Slave Well-Known Member

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    Or you can just follow these directions over at Xda the best place for technical info. Guide for ADB
     
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    abock33 Member This Topic's Starter

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    Can you navigate to the /tools directory in a command line running as Admin.? when you get there can you type adb shell? If so what pops up then?
     
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    Terabethia Well-Known Member

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    I don't know what that link is that you posted but frankly it looks like a PITA. It also looks like it's from 2.1 and the location has changed since 2.2. So I'll share my (easier) way of doing things.

    To begin with, the Boot Animation MUST be named VZW_bootanimation.zip and if you are using audio, it MUST be named VZW_Droid.mp3

    1. Place those (zip and mp3) files into your Android-SDK/tools folder.

    2. Turn off your phone and plug it into your computer. Boot into HBOOT (hold down volume and power buttons).

    3. Mount your system.

    2. Back on your PC - Go to your Android-SDK/tools folder.

    3. With nothing selected, place your cursor inside the folder then hold down the Shift key and right click. Select
     
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    abock33 Member This Topic's Starter

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    Thanks all. It's working now.
     

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