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Well, you have to do a few commands, as I don't believe it will work in one. You need to do: adb shell su cd /data/path/of/file cp /data/path/of/file/copyme /data/local/tmp chown shell.shell /data/local/tmp/copyme exit exit adb pull /data/local/tmp/copyme /destination/copyme This works for me every time.
Quick Answer: Verify the path/file really exists, using a "terminal emulator" or an ssh connection to your Android (not a graphical file browser). First thing (as Marius Hofert suggest) is to enable "debug info". You will see the full message of the issue. While installing I saw many "No such file or directory" Someone suggested to change the directory ...
You should download the Android SDK and use it to install the Android SDK Tools, which includes adb and fastboot.
The other option is to install a recovery that doesn't require the new version of adb. I install CWM and was able to get around it this way.
Afaik Link2SD does precisely this - it moves apps to sd leaving properly designed symlinks only at where they were before.
Make sure you are in fastboot mode before using fastboot devices for device to show up. If it still does not show up, looks like you don't have the fastboot driver properly installed. Use the following to install fastboot drivers: sudo apt-get install android-tools-fastboot If the repository isn't available add it using: sudo add-apt-repository ...
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