How to Fix TWRP Not Accessing Internal Storage
You can easily flash ROM with TWRP even when you do not have access to internal storage by following the steps in this guide. You can flash custom ROMs using Fastboot Commands or custom recovery when it comes to flashing custom ROMs. While the number of ROMs that support fastboot commands is on the rise, flashing via a custom recovery continues to be the preferred method, simply because it doesn’t require interaction with the PC.
There are still some instances where the journey might prove to be quite difficult. Developers, for instance, recommend formatting your device with TWRP before flashing their ROMs. This will wipe off all the data from your device once you’ve done so. So you’ll need to go to Mount and Enable MTP, which will make your device visible on your PC so that you can easily transfer the ROM file. In the event that doesn’t happen, what then?
According to my experience, there have been instances when I was unable to access the internal storage of my device despite it being visible in File Explorer. There may not be only one like me out there. If this were the case, what would be the best course of action? It is still possible to flash the custom ROM via TWRP even if you are unable to access the internal storage. Check out how this could be done.
How to flash ROM via TWRP if you cannot access the internal storage
Despite being unable to access the internal storage, there is no need to worry. In any case, ADB Push would allow you to transfer the ROM file onto your device easily. Follow these steps to ensure that [Droidwin and its members will not be held responsible in case of a thermonuclear war, your alarm does not wake you up, or if anything happens to your device and data.]
Install TWRP on your device and connect it to your PC with a USB cable.
After that, download and extract the Android SDK Platform Tools on your computer.
Place the custom rom in the platform-tools folder and rename it to rom.zip.
After typing CMD into the address bar at the top of this folder, hit Enter.
You will be able to launch Command Prompt after clicking this. So, if you want to initiate an ADB push, execute the command below
adb push rom.zip /sdcard
Within a few minutes, the rom.zip will be transferred to your internal storage.
TWRP allows you to flash the ROM once you have finished selecting and installing it.
It’s that simple. The steps below show how to flash a custom ROM via TWRP when you cannot access the internal storage. Please feel free to ask questions in the comments if you have any concerning the aforementioned steps. We will get back to you as soon as possible with a solution.