System Crash!Support


  1. Ill1

    Ill1 Active Member

    I installed Basix on my phone and everything was working great. Until I deleted Launcher. The program seemed quite useless to me, since it needed to be the purchased version to do anything at all. It came pre-installed when I installed Basix. When I deleted it, my home button just stopped working. So my first thought was to reboot, but it got stuck on the boot screen. I finally got it to reboot, but when I tried to load an app, everything went blank. So I just ended up doing a restore, unfortunately I didn't utilize the tools at my disposal, because the backup was from before I installed Basix and a bunch of apps. Does anyone know why this happened? Does Launcher have something to do with Basix's system? This is just out of curiosity....and to help anyone else with the same problem. Thanks in advance. And sorry about the long message, I just wanted to be thorough. ALWAYS BACKUP YOUR SYSTEM! (Lesson learned)

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  2. softtech

    softtech Well-Known Member

    Launcher *IS* the home screen UI. You can delete it AFTER you install something else that can be a home screen (I use GoLauncher plus or pro or super or whatever the hell they call it).

    No good reason to delete it actually, but if it bugs you go ahead - after you've got a suitable replacement...
  3. pcgamer

    pcgamer Well-Known Member

    The launcher is pretty much what you see when your phone boots up. Don't delete, unless you have another launcher installed.
  4. Ill1

    Ill1 Active Member

    Thanks guys. I thought it was a widget app. When I would click on it, it showed different widgets that I was not able to use unless I purchased the paid version. I'll make sure I don't delete it when I reinstall Basix. I'll probably "buy" full version. It looked like it had some cool widgets.
  5. Ill1

    Ill1 Active Member

    So, I tried to flash Basix again and do a data only restore with Clockwork. After I restored my data, the same thing happened. It would freeze up on the reboot screen. Is it erasing Launcher when I restore my data? If so, is there any way around this? Can I download a different launcher, backup that data, then restore the data? I would like to have Basix, it seems to be a lot smother and the battery seems to last longer. But I don't want to have to re-install all my apps, contacts, syncs, ect. manually.
  6. pcgamer

    pcgamer Well-Known Member

    Well your contacts should be saved with your Google account...
  7. Ill1

    Ill1 Active Member

    The problem with that is that the majority of my contacts were bluetoothed from my old phone and are not in my google contacts. And I can't seem to figure out how to sync in the other direction, to google instead of from google. Do you know how to do this? Also, how can I backup my apps, so that I don't have to download all of them again?
  8. pcgamer

    pcgamer Well-Known Member

    Try going into accounts sync in settings to sync ur contacts to.Google... And titanium backup lets you backup your apps to your sd card.
  9. Ill1

    Ill1 Active Member

    Never mind. I synced my contacts to my sd and I will get Titanium for the apps. Thanks for all the help bro.
  10. pcgamer

    pcgamer Well-Known Member

    Whoa... I forgot you could put your contacts on the sd card...

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