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[SM-P905][SM-P907A] Debloating bloatware after rooting + Power On sound removal

22nd October 2014, 05:43 AM |#11  
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I used this method but i accidentally uninstalled all google services, and google play store was apart of that, is that normal? And if it is are there ways to get it back?

Yes, that is part of bloat removal. To get Google bloat back run the enbloat.sh script and hit y when it prompts you about restoring Google bloat.
 
 
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I used this method but i accidentally uninstalled all google services, and google play store was apart of that, is that normal? And if it is are there ways to get it back?

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Yes, that is part of bloat removal. To get Google bloat back run the enbloat.sh script and hit y when it prompts you about restoring Google bloat.

If i do the enbloat method will i have to reinstall knox ? Or will i still be able to keep it off?
23rd October 2014, 04:50 AM |#13  
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When you use the enbloat.sh you only restore the stuff you choose. You don't have to restore everything. In your case you leave knox and other things out and only answer yes when it asks you if you want Google bloat to be restored.

The script is very user friendly. Just run it and follow the instruction. And just to give you peace of mind, these scripts do not delete anything from your system permanently so don't worry about breaking your system.
24th October 2014, 04:55 PM |#14  
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Any chance you could add the option to remove individual items?
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http://forum.xda-developers.com/andr...bloat-t2998294
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