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I don't image the adb command is able to access that sector of the device but for the record, when I connect, I can see the device but

C:\Users\Brad2\Downloads\adbUnzip2Cdrive\adb>adb kill-server

C:\Users\Brad2\Downloads\adbUnzip2Cdrive\adb>adb devices * daemon not running. starting it now on port 5037 * * daemon started successfully *

List of devices attached

51cfe754 offline

I can connect to the device with Odin in download mode, but I do not see a 'pull' or extract feature on Odin, only push.

What is the trick to extracting the boot files from the device? All drivers and sdks are installed and using the current adb.

  • Is your device on Android 4.2 or greater? Make sure you have ADB 1.0.31, (as much as possible) using the cable provided with your device, switch ports if necessary. – aureljared Jul 4 '14 at 9:35
  • I am running 4.4.2 and Android Debug Bridge version 1.0.26 – brad Jul 4 '14 at 19:24
  • getting the proper adb version and also using Linux instead of windows AND screwing with the usb debug feature until a proper RSA key exchange finally occurred. The combination of the 3 corrected the issue. – brad Jul 4 '14 at 20:55
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getting the proper adb version and also using Linux instead of windows AND screwing with the usb debug feature until a proper RSA key exchange finally occurred. The combination of the 3 corrected the issue.....

  • Can you elaborate on this? I would like to use the same steps. Thanks! I can't even find what adb command I would run to get the boot.img from the phone. – user29020 Jan 23 '15 at 2:55

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