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Root [CDMA] Need help! Accidentally deleted status bar(notification bar) on titanium backup.

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Gharb0129, Aug 5, 2011.

  1. Gharb0129

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    Made a huuuuuge mistake. I deleted the application called Status Bar. I thought it was the widget that came with my phone that i didn't use. It turned out to be the notification bar at the top of the screen lol. fml.

    Did hard and soft factory reset and it wont comeback. Even tried restoring it through titanium backup and it wont work. It just says restoring app+data but it never ends. i let it go for like 10 minutes and it wouldnt finish.

    I'm rooted on teamwin.

    I don't want to panic but I'm starting to lol.

    Any advice would be great. Thanks!
     

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    First rule of rooting: Make a NANDroid back up.

    Second rule of rooting: Don't delete stuff. Rename or move it until you're sure it's ok, then delete it after you've confirmed you don't need it.

    But to solve your problem, you could go to XDA and flash a new ROM. There is a ROM or two that is the basic Evo 3D ROM with the bloat taken out. Instructions should be in their respective threads.

    Edit: They even have a bone stock + root ROM there. Flash this onto your phone: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1192670

    Although, the guy who posted it says you should use team win's recovery (TWRP). But confirmed working on CW.
     
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    Yeah i learned that the hard way. I had EVERYTHING backed up with TB though. I can't figure out why it wont restore it. I'll try those out. Thanks for the response.
     
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    It worked! Thanks!
     
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    NP. And TB is great for some backup things...but a NANDroid is the best backup.
     
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