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Re: adb umount problems
I'm trying to unmount my device from my pc which is connected through adb. The push was to the sdcard in my device so I assume that is the connection I'm trying to properly break. Kind of strange that the device used to appear in nautilus and gparted for that matter under dev/sdg and dev/sdh but push never worked. To get around that I'd just drag the zip to the device in nautilus. Recently the device hasn't appeared in nautilus/gparted (does in terminal) but I am able to do a push as I see the file under Root Explorer of my device.
I have been dealing with this for the last week. I've thought about completely uninstalling the sdk and reinstalling it but that may be a time-consuming wasted effort. Thanks for the input by the way.
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When you run adb shell, you are then at the shell on your phone. All commands you type are then executed by your phone. /sdcard/ on your phone represents the sdcard on your phone. You need to run commands on your PC to unmount devices from it.
All of the activities described have been done from the pc. The only one that hasn't has been the observation of a successful push in the Root Explorer of my device/phone.