Originally Posted by azithro
2- And there is no big deal with Root n non-rooted device.
3- whats your problem with me?
why you always search for some thing in my topics to say some thing against me?
4-I see that you have lots of thanks
i am wounder that you have ever gained a thanks to solve a problem?????(or just talking off topics, make some one mad, blah blah blah...)
No, there is no problem whether you are rooted or not as you said you need the Fusion.apk - which you just need to pull from the extracted .zip file after the first stage of running the RUU on your PC.
I don't have a problem with you - other than the fact that you seem to want to argue with anyone who gives you advice. You asked for a .apk file - you were suggested to extract it yourself from the RUU and then you decide to argue and find reasons why you can't do it. If you want help then read the answers from knowledgeable people and try what they suggest - otherwise what is the point in asking?
As for my 'Thanks' - who cares? I know less than many of the people on here, and you don't get 'Thanks' in Off-Topic, and I am almost never in OT, and it's none of your damn business why people have thanked me in the past.
You seem to have a real attitude of assuming you have a right to be supported. XDA is not, and never has been, a helpdesk for noobs - you need to get that into your head and deal with it.
Edit on this as I wanted to be sure of what I was saying. If you run the RUU then it will extract various info, including ROM.zip, into a temp folder, but this .zip is only useful as an image to flash from recovery, not to extract individual files from. On that basis, look for one of the ROMs that were based on the official RUU - there was a de-odexed, pre-rooted one released fairly shortly after the RUU - and pull fusion.apk from there.
And don't take your rookie mistake and frustration at yourself out on other members of XDA.
Sent from the darkest corners of my mind