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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by ragingbull2k2, Mar 26, 2010.

  1. ragingbull2k2

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    so, I uninstalled some programs with Titanium Backup... and now I'm getting a force close (process com.google.process.gapps) every time I turn on the phone (happens only twice)... now, for some odd reason I can access the market, but it won't start downloading anything... just hangs at "Starting Download..." but won't proceed beyond that...

    my question is how do I reinstall all these programs I uninstalled? Fortunately, I made a backup before I proceeded to uninstall, so I have the backups on my sdcard as TAR files, but I can't seem to figure out how to put them back on the phone to find the culprit... I'm guessing I'm gonna have to use adb shell, just don't know the commands to use... thanks for the help! :)

    Joey

    p.s. would going back to stock cl14 then rooting again save me the headaches?
     

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    i'm assuming you did a system backup and a data backup using max's recovery (since it's a tar)? if that's the case, just restore from your system backup and if you want your data (but i'm thinking it's more system based) using max's recovery. (boot into recovery and restore)

    your other suggestion works too about going back to stock cl14 works as well, but this first way is probably better.
     
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    thats a negative on the system/data backup with max's recovery.... I actually backed up the files using Titanium Backup before deleting them from the phone... I guess I'll look into it some more... thanks for the suggestion :)

    Joey
     
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    well, I successfully reflashed cl14 but in the process, put the whole phone back to stock... so, starting from square on again, haha... but now I know better... at least market works, now... oh well, I guess I'm gonna get better as I go along... note to self: back up system/data BEFORE you start deleting programs :)

    Joey
     
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    And be sure that you only delete apps that you are sure can be deleted safely.
     
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    On a related note, is there somewhere to download specific apps that were deleted? I didn't do any deleting myself, I just loaded a custom rom. I'd like to get the navigation back, is there a place to get it? Thanks.

    I didn't think that I should start a new thread since this one is somewhat related. Sorry if that was stupid.
     

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