[Q] .com.android.phone has stopped - and a lot of other things
Hi, I f_cked up.
Firstly, I've spent a few hours looking around the internet (including this forum) for answers but I can't find any so sorry if this has been answered (but I doubt it, I f_cked up pretty well).
My biggest issue at the moment is that, whenever I try and start my phone I get the error: "Unfortunately, the process com.android.phone has stopped" and I'm stuck in a constant cycle of restarts, unless I take my battery out. There is also other problems, but I'll tell you how I kept screwing up my phone.
So, I got my new phone, rooted it, all good. I deleted a bunch of system files I didn't need (not com.android.phone). I then decided I wanted the LWP Picker and a few other stupid little things back just to mess around with them, but for some reason the backups in RootUninstaller weren't working so I went looking for the APK's instead, none of which installed correctly.
Since my phone was pretty new and didn't have much data or apps on it anyway, I decided I'll reset it, without making a backup of course. Only problem is, once it deleted all my apps, it also deleted my Google Keyboard (der) which is no problem, except I f_cking deleted the Samsung Keyboard with RootUninstaller, so, errr, I couldn't do anything - including connecting to wifi or logging into my google account - oops.
So what do I do? I'll flash the ROM. I basically followed the instructions on a "theunlockr" website /2013/09/17/how-to-flash-a-custom-recovery-image-on-the-samsung-galaxy-s4-active/ - it's a .com and couldn't post direct links 'cause I'm new. No, I didn't do a custom.
So, basically, yes, I'm screwed. Can anyone help? Very urgent problem.
PS: Sorry if this thread seems rushed... it is.