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Hold power key , up volume key , and home button should go to recovery mode
The problem is that you're missing the adb recovery driver. You might consider trying Koush's universal USB driver installer -- it solved this very problem by installing the missing drivers.
Download CWM here: http://www.mediafire.com/download/kf88nz9k9adugqa/A1%2B+recovery.img Download Mobileuncle tool: http://www.mediafire.com/download/lmd4m939ymahddz/Mobile+uncle+tools%281%29.apk How to install Download Recovery.img and Mobileuncle tool from given links Rename A1+ recovery.img to recovery.img Copy recovery.img to root of your sd card ...
Use ADB on a computer while your device is in recovery. To copy a file from the computer via usb, use this: adb push /path/to/local/ROM.zip /sdcard/ This will copy the local file to the device in the specified location. Directories can be created on the device via the shell: adb shell and using the usual shell commands to navigate around and create ...
I have had issues flashing from an external SD card due to the format of the card. I was unable to detect a card when it was was NTFS. After reformatting as FAT32 there was no issue. So try that, if possible.
Have you tried Wugfresh's Nexus Root Toolkit? It should be able to do that.
Open my files on the browser and once there clip them in Evernote.
No, it doesn't require root. Although we talk about rooting the device, all you're actually doing is getting root access within the Android OS. Flashing a new ROM or recovery happens before Android is running - it's a lower-level part of the firmware - so you can do it regardless of how Android is set up or what permissions you have within Android.
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