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How do I copy a folder from my android device to a certain folder of my computer?

if I use this command:

adb pull efs

It copies the contents of the efs folder to my computers root directory. I want to copy the whole folder with it contents to a certain destination to my computer.

I have tried with the following for instance, without success

adb pull efs C:\Users

(my android is rooted)

I am using a window shell

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To pull files to the C:\Users directory with adb you would need to be in an elevated command prompt. If it is not a necessity to have it in the C:\Users directory, you could pull the files elsewhere. Ex: adb pull C:\Users\[your username]\Desktop.

  • What about Linux then? That ADB command OP noted doesn't seem to work in a Linux distro too. – Firelord Sep 7 '15 at 19:39
  • To pull files to a directory in Linux with adb you would use the same syntax. Ex: adb pull /path/to/files /home/[your username]/ Although if you were not root you would not be able to pull the files to any directory. – Dominic Sep 7 '15 at 19:52
  • It's not working. I tried it already. Also, I'm asking about pulling the directory itself, not just the files inside it which your comment seems to be doing. – Firelord Sep 7 '15 at 19:59
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    To have the two scripts be copied into a folder on your computer named Testing you can add the directory name to the end of the destination. adb pull /sdcard/Testing/ ~/Testing/ – Dominic Sep 7 '15 at 20:48
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    That's the point I'm trying to make. It does not get created automatically. – Firelord Sep 7 '15 at 20:51

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