Originally Posted by WaltA
If I look at all the existing .apk files in /system/app, I see that they all have 644 as their permissions. Is that what's usually expected?
If I add a new .apk to /system/app, I have read that I need to set its permissions to 755. Is that true?
I also read that I need to change all the existing .apk files from 644 to 755. Is that true as well? If so, I am curious as to why since I am not looking at changing any of those.
all apk in system must use 644 for the permission, if not, the apk won't be installed, but not all apk/app working if you put in system folder, for example, if you put opera mini in system folder, the application will not even you have set it the permission at 644,
and the best to add/install new app in system use manually way
1. choose apk that you want
2. put in the system/app
3. set permissions to 644
if success, the app will appear on menu,
Don't forget to hit THANKS button
Don't Just Say THANKS, Hit My THANKS Button Too And