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24th February 2013, 11:18 PM   |  #101  
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push it to /system/app?

And put the right permissions Then reboot.
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25th February 2013, 12:56 AM   |  #102  
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push it to /system/app?

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And put the right permissions Then reboot.

Hooray, it is working now.

First of all I didn't know I have to push it to /system/app. Once I've done that, I changed the permission rw-r--r-- then I kept manually trying to install it and it kept failing until I saw IKBZI responds .

Rebooted my N7 and tadaaa the browser app shows up. Thank you so much both!
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25th February 2013, 02:14 AM   |  #103  
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Hooray, it is working now.

First of all I didn't know I have to push it to /system/app. Once I've done that, I changed the permission rw-r--r-- then I kept manually trying to install it and it kept failing until I saw IKBZI responds .

Rebooted my N7 and tadaaa the browser app shows up. Thank you so much both!

Glad you got it working, but he deserves a "thanks" as well.

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25th February 2013, 04:17 AM   |  #104  
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My apologies. I could have sworn I clicked thanks on both posts but regardless thank you both again.

In regards to the browser, I like how fast it loads but it has force close a few times. Do you guys experience that?

Edit: I think I need to learn how to follow instructions. I renamed .odex file but didn't rename .apk one. Let's see if it is more stable now...


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25th February 2013, 12:37 PM   |  #105  
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My apologies. I could have sworn I clicked thanks on both posts but regardless thank you both again.

In regards to the browser, I like how fast it loads but it has force close a few times. Do you guys experience that?

Edit: I think I need to learn how to follow instructions. I renamed .odex file but didn't rename .apk one. Let's see if it is more stable now...


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No worries, I won't die for a thanks, but it's always nice to see you help someone and he "thank you" About the browser force closing, im not experiecing and haven't experienced it. What I did was copy the browser.apk and 2 new files to system/app and changed the permissions (those files were the browserproxy ones, I replaced them with the original ones, but before made a copy of the original ones since when the OTA shows up, you need to restore them).
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No worries, I won't die for a thanks, but it's always nice to see you help someone and he "thank you" About the browser force closing, im not experiecing and haven't experienced it. What I did was copy the browser.apk and 2 new files to system/app and changed the permissions (those files were the browserproxy ones, I replaced them with the original ones, but before made a copy of the original ones since when the OTA shows up, you need to restore them).

Hmm I still have the browser forces close on me. One thing that I noticed is you mentioned you copied the browser.apk and the two files but I only copy browser.apk. Would that possibly be the problem?

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7th July 2013, 11:58 PM   |  #107  
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Hey dude if you can add SYNC ISSUES in red to the top of your post it'd be great. Just so people don't miss it and ask over and over again.

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SOLUTION: BOOKMARK SYNC ISSUE

Fyi, for anyone who is having trouble getting sync working (sync is currently experiencing problems...), check to see whether you chose to encrypt your chrome bookmarks. The sync won't work if you did. If you go to google dashboard, find the chrome section, tell it to stop syncing, then go to chrome on your desktop, go to the menu, and sign in. This time when you get prompted about what you want to sync, leave it at default of encrypting passwords only. Fixed my aosp browser sync problem instantly.

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had issues for ages,worked for me . cheers mate

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