Whoops! Deleted one too many apps in quest to kill crapware on Intercept


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  1. k7aay

    k7aay Member This Topic's Starter

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    :mad: Deleted one too many apps in my quest to remove VM crapware on the Samsung Intercept, now I can't install new apps. I did Titanium Backup before making any changes, but I can't restore it even though I am root with BusyBox enabled; Titanium Backup shows it but there's no RESTORE button for that app.

    Download Manager 2.1-update1
    Downloads 1.1.0

    Anyone have the apk files for the stock standard Virgin Mobile Intercept on hand so I can reinstall them?

    Many thanks in advance, and also for all the solid advice I've received here so far.
     

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  2. pastafarian

    pastafarian P√Ętes avec votre foie Moderator

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    Can't help you with the file but in Titanium,

    menu > Batch > scroll down restore missing apps with data and click run

    If missing apps misses your app, you'll need to run restore all apps with data which will take significantly longer.

    If you used root explorer to remove things, consider moving the crapware to your sd card instead of deleting. If you make a mistake, you can move it back, change permissions and you're good to go.
     
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  3. Billkwando

    Billkwando Well-Known Member

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    Stuff like this is prolly why they removed z4root from the Market. :p
     
  4. one80oneday

    one80oneday Well-Known Member

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    Same happened to me using SystemApp remover. I noticed that if I removed gtalkservice.apk or any system apk that had "talk" or "Voice" in the title, it would not let me download apps from the market. Luckily I backed up everything using recovery before I started deleting stuff so I just restored everything. That app lets you backup the apk before deleting the programs also.
     
  5. Billkwando

    Billkwando Well-Known Member

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    What is "Where", and should I try to kill it?
     
  6. k7aay

    k7aay Member This Topic's Starter

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    Not the case in this problem.
     
  7. MahaloCat

    MahaloCat Well-Known Member

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    Nope....You can remove something you shouldn't with ANY rooted phone.
    Not a z4Root Problem.
     
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  8. k7aay

    k7aay Member This Topic's Starter

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    Thank you. However, back to my original question:

    Anyone have the apk files for the stock standard Virgin Mobile Intercept on hand so I can reinstall them?
     
  9. Billkwando

    Billkwando Well-Known Member

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    Well, of course. It was supposed to be a bit of a joke, but are you saying that there are other apps on the Market that root your phone for you, and that z4root was removed for some other reason?
     

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