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No, there is no way to do this without, at minimum, writing custom code for the USB interface on your device. Devices that present drivers this way do so through a standardized interface that uses generic drivers (that the system will already have), often appearing to be a CD-ROM. If you can't see something like this or an existing storage location on your ...
Have you looked under Settings/Application for the option Development? If not, do that first. That option should be enabled. Look under Development for USB Debugging. It may not be enabled. Go to Settings/Wireless and Network/USB Settings and choose Ask on connection. Go back to Settings/Application/Development. The USB Debugging option should now be ...
While I was able to adb push from within android OS, I wasn't in recovery mode. Turns out the culprit was Cyanogen Bootloader. Once I flashed to TWRP, I could use ADB again from recovery mode.
Connect a USB 3.0 thumb drive (USB Mass Storage Device) to one of the Intel USB 3.0 ports In Device Manager, click View, and click Devices by connection. In Devices by connection view, you can easily see the USB Mass Storage device under the Intel® USB 3.0 extensible Host Controller category.
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