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Default [App} 4.4.4 Email apk w/ Exchange Pin Bypassed and Dark UI toggle support

This is the AOSP 4.4.4 email application with the exchange pin bypassed. It will still allow for remote wipe, but no pin will be required.

If you flash the dark ui zip and the rom you are using does not support the dark ui toggle, then the ui will remain dark.

Option 1 : Flash .zip in recovery


4.4.4-Bypassed-Email-DarkJuly23.zip - 4.15 MB Dark UI Toggle support.

Option 2 : Push apks to system/app



You need to be rooted and a root access file explorer like Root Explorer to complete this process.

Code:
1. Backup existing Email & Exchange apks in system/app. 
    -You can just rename them to : EmailGoogle.apk.bak & Exchange2Google.apk.bak
    -Remember to also rename their corresponding odex files
     
2.Copy both new apks to system/app  

3. Set permissions to rw-r-r (screenshot attached)

4. Reboot and set up your exchange account.
4.4.2 APKS


4.4.1 apks

*Older 4.4 apks:


Flashable zip to return to stock unmodded email apks:

4.4.2-Stock-Email.zip - 6.45 MB
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Question. First android device and I'm trying to set up exchange email and I get a message saying that my device doesn't support SD card encryption which is enforced by my company's IT department. Does this bypass that requirement as well?
 
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Question. First android device and I'm trying to set up exchange email and I get a message saying that my device doesn't support SD card encryption which is enforced by my company's IT department. Does this bypass that requirement as well?
I don't believe so, but you can try.
 
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Question. First android device and I'm trying to set up exchange email and I get a message saying that my device doesn't support SD card encryption which is enforced by my company's IT department. Does this bypass that requirement as well?
Didn't work for me but as already mentioned, you can give it a try.
 
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Didn't work for me but as already mentioned, you can give it a try.
The pin bypass didn't work for you?
 
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Worked for me. Might want to mention if you are on stock you will need to rename the odex files as well.
Google Nexus 5 by LG 32GB
Slimkat 6.6
Faux Kernel


Google Nexus 7 by Asus 32GB
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Please also be aware that this could be in direct violation of your companies corporate email/ActiveSync policies.

it's very important that you are aware of this, and that you understand any potential consequences of violating those policies.

I just wanted to point that out as an Exchange Admin.
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Do these suffer from the same Exchange sync bug as the stock 4.4 Email/Exchange apps? Or is only the PIN requirement modified.
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Do these suffer from the same Exchange sync bug as the stock 4.4 Email/Exchange apps? Or is only the PIN requirement modified.
I haven't had any issues with my exchange account. I do have it set to sync every hour though not push.
 
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Please also be aware that this could be in direct violation of your companies corporate email/ActiveSync policies.

it's very important that you are aware of this, and that you understand any potential consequences of violating those policies.

I just wanted to point that out as an Exchange Admin.
Very true. That being said I am in no way responsible if anyone gets fired, suspended, etc.....

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