Originally Posted by Fabur87
I have three buttons in my google play services app info:
'Beenden erzwingen' - force close ?
'Updates deinstallieren' - uninstall updates
'Deaktivieren' - deactivate
If I hit the deactivate button it asks me if I want to reset all user data and all updates.
Are you perhaps on an older android version that does not yet have this?
Mine is Gingerbread (Cyanogen Mod 7.2).
Deactivate is like do nothing. For example, I can with systemcleaner put this service apk on the blacklist , but every time that the service starts the application kills like task killer, but this is bad for CPU,RAM and finally batteries, because it scales the cpu mhz up every time that the service tries to reload.
Is the same that if you put a task killer, you can kill the application but it reload again....
I think that the newer versions of playstore/vending calls automatically this apk service.
The solution is to remove and there is no apk = no application installed = no intent receiver = no aplication starts.
The odex file prevent that android application installer (pacman?) install/update the android play service application apk.
This is because if you create a odex of any apk that you have installed and then delete the apk (no the odex), then reset. You could check that the application disapear from app drawler and android application manager but there is the odex file with the same name of the application. But now if you try to reinstall, the android application shows the message of insufficient space only for this application, you can install any other without problem. This is because the android application installer detects the odex file.
My solution is based on this.