I don't know if anyone else has had issues after flashing ROM's and missing an APK they used...but I have. This thread is simply for STOCK APK's and that have been developed by devs (TW4.5 by Frogger, etc.).
*Individual ICS APK Files will be in the 4th Post, Easiest way to keep them separted.
*Individual Jelly Bean Files will be in the 2nd Post.
*NEW* Jelly Bean Stock and AOKP APK's (09-04-2012)
Please see 2nd post for Individual Jelly Bean APK's and G-Apps OR Click Here to Download ALL Jelly Bean APK's (AOKP)
None of these APK's are purchased as I do not believe in pirating
I will try keeping this updated with important APK's as well as custom APK's (ie TW4.5).
How to install an apk.
1) Download APK straight to your phone.
2) Use any file explorer (My Files, Root Explorer, etc) and find the downloaded apk.
3) Click on the apk and when prompted, install using the installer.
4) You are done.
*These are stock APK files, there is always the risk of these not working on custom ROM's but you shoulnd't have any issues. If you are replacing an already installed APK you may need to delete the current one and then wipe your dalvik cache in CWM.
Here are a few 'popular' APK's that are commonly requested. I have also included download links to the complete APK Files for Jelly Bean (4.1.1 AOKP). Please see OP for instructions on how to install or to find other helpful links.
Galaxy S III - Stock APK's (These were not uploaded by me, I'm simply providing links to the downloads). -Thanks LilChris06 for the SGSIII APK's. His Original Post with these APK's can be found HERE.
I have also attached some popular individual APK's below.
*I am limited to how many files I can attach per post. I want to save my last post for 4.0 (ICS) Stock APK's when it is leaked/released. If you are looking for an individual APK let me know and I'll respond to your post and attach the file...it's the best I can do.
Thanks for making a thread to house the stock roms so they are available. I know you wont, but I have to include it anyway, please dont post any non-free apps (paid for or exclusive/not open for public).
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