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Default New Google camera app package not signed correctly? Help!

I'm running cm11 nightlies and when I try to install the new Google camera app it keeps telling me that it's not signed correctly and to uninstall a previous version. I did that and it still won't install. Any way around this?

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Have you tried to copy/paste to system/app and set permissions to rw-r-r then reboot?

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I have not. Could you direct me to where the play store apks are stored after a download? Thanks

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I have not. Could you direct me to where the play store apks are stored after a download? Thanks

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As long as you have a root accessible file manager...I use Root Explorer. Just click on the Root tab and downloaded apks from the play store are in data/app. Copy/paste there and set permissions to rw-r-r. Reboot. If it doesn't work then try making it a system app by copy/paste to Root/system/app set permissions to rw-r-r reboot. Hopefully that helps you.

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As long as you have a root accessible file manager...I use Root Explorer. Just click on the Root tab and downloaded apks from the play store are in data/app. Copy/paste there and set permissions to rw-r-r. Reboot. If it doesn't work then try making it a system app by copy/paste to Root/system/app set permissions to rw-r-r reboot. Hopefully that helps you.

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I'm not seeing the camera apk within the data/apps?

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I'm not seeing the camera apk within the data/apps?

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Did you look in system/app?

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Did you look in system/app?

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I looked there and there was the Googlecamera2apk, but still no difference when I paste it to the data/app folder.

Also, tried uninstalling the app with a root Uninstaller and restarting. Now all it says when I try to install the app is that the app already exists.

I'm just going to download the apk from a website. Thanks for the help though!

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