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[Q] Using stock android apps in LG's rom

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By redcrash, Member on 9th April 2014, 09:31 AM
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Dear all,

I dislike the LG's email client and its clock application in their v50020b form (Android v4.4.2). While I've been able to get the Android's default email client (Email.apk) from another Kitkat device I have and make it run fine in the LG G Pad 8.3, when I install the Android's default clock app (Deskclock.apk) and I run it I get a FC.

Has anyone an idea on what may be wrong / missing doing this?

Thank you!
 
 
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Originally Posted by redcrash

Dear all,

I dislike the LG's email client and its clock application in their v50020b form (Android v4.4.2). While I've been able to get the Android's default email client (Email.apk) from another Kitkat device I have and make it run fine in the LG G Pad 8.3, when I install the Android's default clock app (Deskclock.apk) and I run it I get a FC.

Has anyone an idea on what may be wrong / missing doing this?

Thank you!

Curiously, i just installed the apk from http://forum.xda-developers.com/xper...timer-t2513526 and it worked flawlessly. Maybe the apk from my other device is using cm11 not stock android.
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