When mixplorer have root privileges, you click on an apk and then on install, it uses it's root privileges and the app gets installed quickly and automatically. But after a reboot or I'm not sure what, when you do this again, it shows the app is installed but also opens 'package installer' and if you go & check, the app isn't actually installed and it was just a false notification and maybe that's why package installer opens up?
Anyone else faced this issue or bug? Any reasons for this to happen?
@martyfender My device is rooted so today I tried taking backup of some apps i.e fortnite & fortnite installer. What I saw was that, those backups were stored in .mib format. So after taking the backup if I want to install it again, how do I do it? As the format is supported by mixplorer ofc, it opens up and shows the files inside also, containing apk files. So do I just install those directly or what?
And how does it works in mixplorer case, does it take the backup of app's current status as well, like it happens with titanium backup, you can start where you left. Also I saw that it does take backup of data as well, though I didn't tested it with apps that have big data/obb files.
It also put the 'fornite installer' app in mib file as well, with it's data files as well, which I think every app creates ones it opens, until it's data is cleared manually. So IDK how it will create backup of a freshly installed app or when you're not rooted.