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    ALL CREDIT GOES TO PIP2KK FROM CM6 DEV TEAM. NOT MY WORK!


    pip2kk's wiki (this is an exact text copy of this page! http://prepaidandroid.org/index.php?title=How_to_push_files_to_your_SD_Card_with_ADB

    Requirements

    USB Debugging Enabled booted into ROM
    or Booted into a custom recovery image with the SD Card mounted
    SD Card
    USB Cable
    Instructions

    Install ADB
    Download the Android SDK Manager Installer and run the executable.
    IMPORTANT: If you are told you need to download anything related to java, you will have to follow those instructions before continuing.
    Take note of the installation directory, we will need that later.
    Make sure you select to Start SDK Manager (to download system images, etc.)
    When you run the SDK Manager it will automatically check for SDK updates. That's normal.
    At the Choose Packages to Install screen, you only need to have Android SDK Platform-tools checked. Select Install.
    NOTE: You can leave the question marks alone.
    You may be presented with a pop up window saying, A package that depends on ADB has been updated. Do you want to restart ADB now?
    Select Yes.
    You may now close the SDK Manager.
    Push File
    Take the file you want to Push to your SD Card and place it inside INSTALL_DIRECTORY\android-sdk\platform-tools\
    NOTE: You were to take note of the Install Directory when you installed the SDK Manager.
    NOTE: On my PC, the installation directory was c:\program files (x86)\android
    Open a command prompt. (ex. WinKey+R, Type cmd, Press Enter.)
    Change directory to INSTALL_DIRECTORY\android-sdk\platform-tools\.
    NOTE: You were to take note of the Install Directory when you installed the SDK Manager.
    NOTE: On my PC, the installation directory was c:\program files (x86)\android
    You may now use the command adb push FILENAME /sdcard/ to push the file to your Huawei Ascend. (or really any other Android phone)
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