Are you tired of flashing Google Now zips only to find out the flash did not work or messed up something unintentionally?
Are you tired of manually installing Google Now components over and over again to find that you some how made a mistake
and need to start over?
Do you not fully understand how to flash zips or manually add files to your system folders?
Well fear no more.
Introducing the first application that can download, install or remove Google Now and restore Google
Search to your phone without the need of flashing zips or manually adding and manipulating the files.
There have been a lot of users with issues installing and uninstalling Google Now for ICS. This is my second solution for those users.
This is only an application that deals with the many different variations of Google Now that were created in this news worthy thread: The Google Now for ICS Project
This application allows users to quickly install Google Now to see if it works for them and if it does not, it allows these users to restore their original Google Search.
This thread is not and will not be about issues with specific modded Google Now apks, go here: The Google Now for ICS Project for that. I have no problem incorporating new apks into the installer. But I will not attempt to deal with issues outside of the installer.
[COLOR ="red"]Before you install Google Now check if voicesearch.apk is installed, if so rename to voicesearch.apk.bak[/COLOR]
1. Open app
2. Make a choice ("a" or "b" not both)
a. Install (Install Google Now)
- choose apk
b. Restore (Restore Google Search)
- rename voicesearch.apk.bak to voicesearch.apk
If You Need App Support
Please provide the following info:
Where you downloaded apk from
What steps you took
What were the results
Are any of the following installed:
I hope this helps someone.
-- Changed file host
-- Added support for GoogleQuickSearchBox_USA
-- Added support for Velvet
-- Fixed error calculating system sizes with decimals
Mod Edit: Links removed due to the app containing iffy malware-like advertising, which is detected by most AV software as malicious. This isn't suitable for posting on XDA.
Please read disclaimer before installation.