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can anyone upload stock 4.4.2 PackageInstaller.apk and PackageInstaller.odex for me? i kinda accidently deleted them...

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thanks for the fast upload...

but i cant install apps now... it just says Unfortunately PackageInstaller has stopped...

i moved it to /system/app and permissions changed to rw-r-r

any solutions? i searched google but no luck...
 
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Since it is built in. You may just have to move it and reboot. Option 2 would be install system apps installer from the market and try it. Option 3, flash a ota or whatnot lol.

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Since it is built in. You may just have to move it and reboot. Option 2 would be install system apps installer from the market and try it. Option 3, flash a ota or whatnot lol.

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thanks for the upload... just feel like saying it haha

so... the solution for it is to just wipe cache and dalvik cache after moving to /system/app and changing permissions

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As long as the app doesn't need to be installed then yeah that should work. Is your write protection disabled or unlocked bootloader?

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As long as the app doesn't need to be installed then yeah that should work. Is your write protection disabled or unlocked bootloader?

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i have a developer edition... so its unlocked bootloader... took me some time to figure out how to root it... first is to flash philz touch recovery from fastboot then boot into recovery and go to Philz Settings inside recovery and click Re-root system (SuperSU) then reboot system and install SuperSU app from playstore and You got a rooted phone

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