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Does anyone know where I can find QuickOffice for my g2? Im running cm6.1.1 and I downloaded a pdf and when I pressed it it went to quicloffice but when I exit I can't find it on the app.drawer or anywhere ..

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You can get it from the stock deodex rom and push it to /system/app, I'm about to do that once I get home from work, so I can confirm.. I got the ezpdf from market but I think quick office seems better

Edit: I can confirm that it works by just extracting the Quickoffice.apk in stock deodex rom and push it back to cm, its usable and will also appear in the app drawer now

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def. let us know noodles, this is something im looking to get as well..
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Can you give me the exact steps im a noob :/

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Same here. I have CM6.1.1 and I can see Quickoffice in Titanium but it won't let me restore it.
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Download Stock Deodex Rom v1.1 in the Development forums.. look through it, it might be towards the end or so..

You can use 7zip to extract files or windows extract .. so if you haven't gotten it, download it at download.com and install it.
Open the v1.1.zip rom, just double click on it, go to SYSTEM folder then APPS folder and search for Quickoffice.apk at the bottom and just drag it out to the desktop.

Now, either copy it through Terminal Emulator by just putting it to the root of sdcard and type

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cp /sdcard/Quickoffice.apk /system/app

Or you can use adb, and I bet root explorer aswell as its pretty much all the same concept..

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Download Stock Deodex Rom v1.1 in the Development forums.. look through it, it might be towards the end or so..

You can use 7zip to extract files or windows extract .. so if you haven't gotten it, download it at download.com and install it.
Open the v1.1.zip rom, just double click on it, go to SYSTEM folder then APPS folder and search for Quickoffice.apk at the bottom and just drag it out to the desktop.

Now, either copy it through Terminal Emulator by just putting it to the root of sdcard and type

su
cp /sdcard/Quickoffice.apk /system/app

Or you can use adb, and I bet root explorer aswell as its pretty much all the same concept..

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Before you do the "cp /sdc...." command, you have to mount system using this command: mount -o remount,rw -t yaffs2 /dev/block/mtdblk3 /system

Please correct me if it's wrong, I just copied it from another thread.
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Yea you do, but sometimes you don't need to.. well, some that I notice or maybe its because I'm always switching roms and forget which ones which

A shorter one would be
mount -o remount rw /system

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This also works and is pretty easy

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=837599

If you have a nandroid backup of your stock rom you could also restore it and extract from there. Otherwise just flash the stock rom like noodles said and extract from there

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You don't have to flash the stock rom, just download it to the computer and extract it there

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