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How to install AOSP Browser on the N7 Now with an updated flashable method

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19th July 2012, 05:32 AM |#21  
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Well time to root since I still prefer AOSP Browser over Firefox Aurora or Dolphin.
 
 
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Just a slight correction: You'll want to delete BrowserProxyProvider.apk and BrowserProxyProvider.odex, not Browser Provider.apk and Browser Provider.odex. Otherwise amazing work! Also Flashify is pretty great.
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Just a slight correction: You'll want to delete BrowserProxyProvider.apk and BrowserProxyProvider.odex, not Browser Provider.apk and Browser Provider.odex. Otherwise amazing work! Also Flashify is pretty great.

It may vary. Mine is browserproviderproxy. But I don't see the proxy unless I open properties

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19th July 2012, 05:30 PM |#24  
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Is there an AOSP Rom for the Nexus7?? I searched the Dev thread and saw none.
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I did pull the browser from a AOSP JB rom for the Nexus S. It force closed again when it tried to sign in.

Here is the apk:

https://dl.dropbox.com/u/11759879/Browser.apk

EOS in the original development section is what your looking for.

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It may vary. Mine is browserproviderproxy. But I don't see the proxy unless I open properties

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Oh ok, why is this?
19th July 2012, 07:20 PM |#26  
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Oh ok, why is this?

I haven't updated my tablet from the original build, that may be why. Either way I think people figured out which to deal with.

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20th July 2012, 07:50 AM |#27  
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Works perfect Thanks!!

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20th July 2012, 08:59 AM |#28  
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I haven't updated my tablet from the original build, that may be why. Either way I think people figured out which to deal with.

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Actually, it's simpler than that. Depending on the file explorer you use the name is abbreviated in just the right way to appear as "BrowserProvider".
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No, I knew that. I thought I was being asked why mine had proxy at the end instead of the middle.

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Hey OP! You done good, son... Thanks
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on a scale from 1-10 ho does this method perform, 10 being the exact same experience like on ICS with no hiccups st all with flash videos.

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