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Default [Q] Accedently deleted Storage provider on android

I m using android rooted phone.
i accedently deleted the files Storage provider from System>app
now i cann't acces any media like gallery is'nt open music player is not working
& most imp. my phone is in silent mode & when i open settings>sound>ringtones> (there is blank appear)
help me !!
 
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If ur neighbours or frnds having ur model. Then u get that app frm that people. Otherwise u want to flash the stock rom. Hit THANKS if i helped

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I m using android rooted phone.
i accedently deleted the files Storage provider from System>app
now i cann't acces any media like gallery is'nt open music player is not working
& most imp. my phone is in silent mode & when i open settings>sound>ringtones> (there is blank appear)
help me !!
If you are in a custom rom then unzip your rom there by you goto to the SYSTEM>APP>STORAGE PROVIDER
COPY TO YOUR MEMORY CARD
and copy that app to your system> app> paste it
Then reboot your phone
Note:do not install it manually just copy it in your system
while on rebooting your phone it will automatically install that app

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