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[Q] Deleted stock calendar app, no calendar apps will sync? how to fix?

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By estemshorn, Junior Member on 1st May 2014, 03:45 AM
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After rooting my LG-LS980 (The Sprint G2), the first thing I did was delete bloatware. I deleted pretty much every unnecessary bloat app, and then I went through and deleted & replaced apps with their better, google counterparts. For example, I deleted the stock messaging app and replaced it with hangouts. I tried to do the same thing with the calendar app (replacing it with google calendar), but apparently if you delete the stock calendar app, NO calendar app will sync. Not google calendar, not aCalendar. I tried them both and they both are functionless. I looked around for the apk and coincidentally all of the .apk files I could find were dead links. I would love if someone could either help me get the stock app back or help me make it so I can sync google calendar.

I would like to leave restoring to my last backup as the last resort because I haven't backed up in a while due to low memory space. I swear though the second I fix this i'm going to back up again.
 
 
1st May 2014, 09:12 AM |#2  
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Originally Posted by estemshorn

After rooting my LG-LS980 (The Sprint G2), the first thing I did was delete bloatware. I deleted pretty much every unnecessary bloat app, and then I went through and deleted & replaced apps with their better, google counterparts. For example, I deleted the stock messaging app and replaced it with hangouts. I tried to do the same thing with the calendar app (replacing it with google calendar), but apparently if you delete the stock calendar app, NO calendar app will sync. Not google calendar, not aCalendar. I tried them both and they both are functionless. I looked around for the apk and coincidentally all of the .apk files I could find were dead links. I would love if someone could either help me get the stock app back or help me make it so I can sync google calendar.

I would like to leave restoring to my last backup as the last resort because I haven't backed up in a while due to low memory space. I swear though the second I fix this i'm going to back up again.

Sounds like you deleted the Calendar Storage system apk that is needed to sync calendars. I've got the stock calendar removed and everything works fine for me.

I've attached a TiBu backup for it but note that it may not work for you as I'm on Stock KitKat and running the Australian variant (D802-T).
13th January 2015, 03:11 PM |#3  
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Originally Posted by estemshorn

After rooting my LG-LS980 (The Sprint G2), the first thing I did was delete bloatware. I deleted pretty much every unnecessary bloat app, and then I went through and deleted & replaced apps with their better, google counterparts. For example, I deleted the stock messaging app and replaced it with hangouts. I tried to do the same thing with the calendar app (replacing it with google calendar), but apparently if you delete the stock calendar app, NO calendar app will sync. Not google calendar, not aCalendar. I tried them both and they both are functionless. I looked around for the apk and coincidentally all of the .apk files I could find were dead links. I would love if someone could either help me get the stock app back or help me make it so I can sync google calendar.

I would like to leave restoring to my last backup as the last resort because I haven't backed up in a while due to low memory space. I swear though the second I fix this i'm going to back up again.

Hi,
Were you able to solve this? I have the same problem, deleted the stock calendar app and can't find any solution can you help me?

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13th January 2015, 03:16 PM |#4  
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Hi,
Were you able to solve this? I have the same problem, deleted the stock calendar app and can't find any solution can you help me?

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15th October 2015, 06:45 PM |#5  
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Same problem
Rooted phone, braindead mistake. Deleted the original calendar app along with calendar sync and calendar storage and those were all sys apps with the brilliant reasoning that i will install google calendar so why do i need so many calendars.
So i would be really thankful to get those apps and install them back
Android ver. 4.4.2 BuildID Kitkat
Kernel 3.4.67
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19th October 2015, 04:37 AM |#6  
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Nevermind
I eventually solved the problem like i suspected in the first place.
- Found the original ROM for my phone
- Unpacked the archive and converted the system.ini and cstmpack.ini in .ext4 files with ext4_unpacker
- Extracted all the files from those two files and found all calendar related .apk's
- Installed Root Browser on my phone
- Checked all calendar related missing files and added those which were missing
- Checked the permissions because when i moved the files, they didn't have the right permissions
- Restarted phone and voila! Everything is like it was before
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