Originally Posted by darylbu
oh! i think i dont have the unlocked bootloader, I just rooted it with RockMyMoto.
My phone boots all the way and I can unlock my phone. But after unlocking, my homescreen is unresponsive and I cannot click on anything.
However, I can still launch apps through using Google Now, like saying ok google now open app. So it is working to a extent.
When I connect my phone to my computer, I can use adb on it. I was trying to replace the SystemUI.apk with adb shell. However it just keeps deleting the SystemUI.apk when I restart my phone.
Generally I can access everything besides the softkeys, statusbar, and the homescreen. I think the only thing I screwed up was the SystemUI.
is there anyway i can fix it?
Its an easy fix.
Download the deodexed rom from this thread: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2485166
Unzip the rom. navigate to ~\system\app and copy the SystemUI.apk to your sd card and overwrite the modified one you copied over earlier.
Reboot your phone into recovery mode. Power off your phone. Then hold volume down + power for 5 seconds or so. Then use the volume down to highlight recovery. Then press volume up. Your phone will then reboot with read/write permissions. Or you can simply plug your phone into your computer and type:
adb reboot recovery
Plug your phone into your computer and open a terminal (command prompt). Type the following commands:
- Your su app will probably prompt you to give permissions. Make sure you allow it. You should now see a '#' at the end of the command prompt line.
- This may turn your screen off and make it unusable. This is normal.
mount -o remount,rw /system
- This mounts the system with read write permissions.
cp /sdcard/SystemUI.apk /system/app/
- This copies the app to the apps folder on your system partition.
mount -o remount,ro /system
- This remounts the system with read only permissions.
Everything should be good after your phone reboots.