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[Q] security: chronologically keep track of all my apk installs

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27th July 2014, 10:16 PM   |  #11  
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No snap chat for me. I thought of this idea for logs of this stuff before. There's got to be a way!
27th July 2014, 10:27 PM   |  #12  
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No snap chat for me. I thought of this idea for logs of this stuff before. There's got to be a way!

You may need to learn app development and make a way.
27th July 2014, 10:59 PM   |  #13  
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You may need to learn app development and make a way.

If you made an app to log package installs it would be a waste of time + have to be running on your device all the time. It'll also hardly be of any use, since most people aren't installing like 20 apps a day, every day. Just write it down if you really need to LOL.

For packages you currently have installed via Play or .apk installation you could go into /data/app and look at the dates on the .apk files. If you flashed something in recovery it'll show up as August 1 1970 or August 1 2008 or whatever generic date. As said previously, Titanium Backup uses this if you sort by date lol.

Edit, example (most mine are 25 July since I restored them through Titanium Backup):

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