Rooted X questions

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  1. Twist0fate

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    I went back into adb shell and this time i got a dollar sign
     
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    Great. Now review this post:
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    http://www.droidforums.net/forum/droid-x-roms/65234-rooted-x-questions-3.html#post686064
    Make sure you set the correct permissions for the files once they're pushed to /system/app/.

    EDIT: Enter "exit" next to the "dollar sign" before doing the above.
     
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    Or you can put all of the downloaded apps in a folder and do the following:
    1. cd into the folder where the .apks are.
    2.
    Code:
    adb push *.apk /system/app/


    Does that push all of them at once if so what is the *
     
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    Yes, it pushes all .apk files in the current directory. The "*" is a wildcard; you don't replace "*" with anything, you enter it as is.
     
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    I have them all in 1 folder and what is (cd into the folder where the .apks are)
     
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    Okay, well, here's an example. First, open CMD (the command prompt)

    Say I have the .apks stored in my "Downloads" folder. I would do the following:
    Code:
    C:\Users\person> cd Downloads
    C:\Users\person\Downloads> adb push *.apk /system/app/
    
    Of course this will only work on Windows Vista and Windows 7. If you're using an older version of Windows, let me know.

    EDIT: My mistake. Ignore all of that. Do this instead:
    Code:
    C:\Users\person> cd Downloads
    C:\Users\person\Downloads> adb push *.apk /sdcard/
    C:\Users\person\Downloads> adb shell
    $ su
    # mv /sdcard/*.apk /system/app/
    
     
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    I have 7...when i open my cmd...C:\Users\Nick>cd download
    I named the file download

    i get The system cannot find the path specified
     
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    What do you mean? You shouldn't be renaming anything.

    Reread my post above, I made a mistake, and edited it. (I forgot we're working with a Droid X, not Droid 1 :p )
     
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    ahh nevermind...LOL its user error. I typed it in wrong
     
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    You did, but you should also reread my post; I edited it.
     
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    when i type in C:\Users\person\Downloads> adb push *.apk /sdcard/ though it says cannot stat "*.apk": no such file or directory
     
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    same thing if i use C:\Users\person\Downloads> adb push *.apk /system/app/
     
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