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Hm,but memory limit with 7 apps?
From Market I can install more then 7 apps!

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Tried now only with "Tapaptalk Pro" not working!
Maybe anybody can check the app,why don`t work if I try to add to the ROM!
You should remove the attached file in post #6. Tapatalk Pro is a payed app. That's a no-go on XDA!
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Tried pushing apps to /system/app thru adb. Didnt work! Did the same thru root explorer. Yet didnt work. I dont just know what to do! And sounds like even u r 404!
 
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I tried to add some apps to a clean official 2.1 generic rom!
I added all to data/app,but tried system/app,too and then signed
the rom again!
But if I flashed the rom not all apps shown at phone!
What is the problem,why some apps works and other not?
Rootexplorer,Titanium Backup,Autokiller and Linpack works,but
Tapatalk Pro and Zeam Launcher or other Launcher don`t works!
try this thing maybe will work : rename 'tapatalk pro' to 'tapatalkpro' -no free space there like in Linux
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