- Sep 26, 2012
Yes that is correct. More details on how to install NikGapps can be found here.Will someone point me to step-by-step documentation for how to change which packages are installed via NikGapps? I've read All about NikGapps.config carefully several times and still don't understand. While I am very well versed in *nix desktop and server system administration, I am just getting into Android and obviously don't have enough contextual knowledge to understand specifically what to do from the link.
My philosophy is to always start minimal and install things as needed rather than install the world and try to cut back. So I installed LineageOS 20 and NikGapps Core (specifically
NikGapps-core-arm64-13-20230218-signed.zip) and they are working. I'd like to now modify which packages are installed.
If I understand correctly, I need to create a directory at
/sdcard1/NikGappsand install (and modify) nikgapps.config. I'm then supposed to reflash the zip I used originally (the one specified above I believe). The commands I original used are
then rebooted from the bootloader. Do I need to repeat the first and last steps in order to reflash after I've set up nikgaps.config?Code:
$ adb reboot sideload $ adb sideload lineage-20.0-20230223-nightly-fajita-signed.zip $ adb sideload NikGapps-core-arm64-13-20230218-signed.zipCode:
$ adb reboot sideload $ adb sideload NikGapps-core-arm64-13-20230218-signed.zip
I hope you know you don't specifically need to keep nikgapps.config in /sdcard1/NikGapps. It's one of many locations that you can choose based on your preference.
Once you define your config for daily use, you can also use the same config to create your own build by following this.