Now that we have them, how will use it ?

Discussion in 'Nexus 6P by Huawei' started by cynkrzy, Nov 3, 2015.

  1. mark7atl

    mark7atl New Member

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    Not familiar with Adb, but will try to figure it out. Thanks
     
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    It's the only way via batch file to get files. There are a bunch of applications that do backups, like you're looking for not using Command Prompt. Example: Android All In One Toolkit | Android Development and Hacking | XDA Forums

    I can write you a batch file but it won't act like what you're trying to do. And you'll need to have the Android SDK installed on your phone, with USB Debugging on.

    FYI - You're posting in the Nexus 6P sub-forums :)
     
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    Sorry about posting in the wrong sub-forum. I didn't search long enough to find the correct forum.
     
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    When I get home tonight I'll try a bit of an experiment. Since you can't identify the phone with a UNC or Drive Letter, might be able to have the .bat file on the phones internal storage an write to a drive\path on the host PC ?

    Just a thought, I'll try and see if it works tonight.