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So, my little sister broke her Huawei Honor (U8860) screen, and now she tells me that there is still some pictures on Internal Storage, which she really needs.
So, I took the phone, and plug it in to see if there is USB Debugging enabled, no, it's not.

I'm asking, if I flash stock ROM, with opened bootloader, so I can put custom recovery, does it remove also those pictures?

I know, this isn't Ascend G300 related problem, but I forget it anyway.


Ask her why she didn't use a SD card..

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Does the internal storage/"sdcard" not appear as a volume that you can mount when the phone is plugged into a PC?
With the G300 that's what I normally get - i.e. the ability to mount either/both the internal and external sdcard volumes...

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Does the internal storage/"sdcard" not appear as a volume that you can mount when the phone is plugged into a PC?
With the G300 that's what I normally get - i.e. the ability to mount either/both the internal and external sdcard volumes...

I see those volumes on my W8 PC, but laptop with Windows 7 didn't show them. How I can mount them? Or should I use Linux?

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Isn't the goal here to backup the files/pictures on internal storage?
So if you can see the mount in Windows 8 can't you just do that there?
Why bother with Windows 7, Linux etc.?
Apologies if I'm missing something obvious here...! :blush:

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Isn't the goal here to backup the files/pictures on internal storage?
So if you can see the mount in Windows 8 can't you just do that there?
Why bother with Windows 7, Linux etc.?
Apologies if I'm missing something obvious here...! :blush:


No, I could see those drives on my Computer, but they were unmounted. If I tried to open, volume was empty, or I couldn't open it.

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Oh - I forgot that you don't have a screen image in order to do "Enable USB Storage" or whatever the option is to mount them... My bad...

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