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  1. shawn418

    shawn418 Active Member
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    I just rooted and wanted to get a few apps back that were removed from Fresh3.2.2. How can I get those back?

    Thanks in advance.
     

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  2. tsipa

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    They are located in the fresh-removed-apps folder on your SD card. Just tap each app that you want to install.
     
  3. wake69

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    If you have an app installer from the market, i use app saver, it installs, uninstalls and saves files. Fresh puts all sprint/htc apps into a file called fresh apks removed. If you open app saver and go to install apps, it will find the apps and you can chose there.
     
  4. shawn418

    shawn418 Active Member
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    Thanks for the heads up. Worked great....except I couldn't get the FM app to install.
     
  5. tsipa

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    You have to use adb to push that one... I think Flipz has instructions on his page on how to do that.
     
  6. shawn418

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    Is that the geekforme website?
     
  7. tsipa

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    Yes... this was an issue in earlier releases so check the change logs from the older versions like 0.2 and 0.3.
     
  8. shawn418

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    The applications marked with a * can be installed in one click by clicking on it in ES, the ones marked with # aren
     
  9. rdPhreak

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    1. Download the android sdk.
    2. Assuming you're using windows, extract the zip somewhere.
    3. Start > run > type "cmd" no quotes, hit enter.
    4. In cmd change directory to the tools folder of the android sdk.
    Example my android sdk folder is on the root of my c drive, so in cmd I'd type "cd C:\android-sdk-windows\tools" no quotes and hit enter.
    5. Reboot your phone into recovery mode and plug the usb to your computer.

    Then follow type out the commands you posted earlier and that should work.
    adb shell mount /sdcard
    adb shell mount /system
    adb shell
    cp /sdcard/fresh-removed-apks/WHATEVERAPP.apk /system/app

    Someone correct me if i'm wrong.
     
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