It is a good place for dumb users who would not know to access something on /data
I see, thanks! I'll just store it somewhere else and put it back when I'm updating then.
Go to Settings, Apps and take Uninstall - to uninstall updates for those appsI really like this module, thanks.
Im on a ported Miui14 rom for Redmi K20 Pro, having some issues with a few apps :
those are not found when reinstalling the module.
Im sharing informations for Miui Accessibility (package manager app):
Mi Acessibility (name)
com.miui.accessibility (package id)
Not sure why those apps actually are not found, have debloated around 35 other apps.
Those apps cannot be uninstalled or disabled, those are system apps. Im gona add the package id for all aswell.
Please attach your SystemlessDebloater.logThose apps cannot be uninstalled or disabled, those are system apps. Im gona add the package id for all aswell.
In the log file they are listed like that below "stock packages":
this one i could solve by: MIUIPersonalAssistant -> PersonalAssistant
Edit: with root file browser i checked and they are exactly on the path written above
system -> app -> MiConnectService2_13_253 -> MiConnectService2_13_253.apk
(im using latest official magisk 26.1 and latest debloater version 1.5.3)
in the log file there is nothing else then:
MINextPay --- app not found!
MIUIAccessibility --- app not found!
MIUPTsmService --- app not found!
MiConnectService2_13_253 --- app not found!
Please attach your SystemlessDebloater.log
Also, do you use old SystemlessDebloaterList.sh
or the new
Please attach both or the one of them you use
Also, are you on the latest v1.5.3 - if not, please first update to v1.5.3
Btw, I'm on Xiaomi.eu Stable 14.0.8 (Xiaomi Mi Late 5G NE) and I successfully debloat also that MiConnectService (under that name)
My cfg, sh and log files are zipped and attached
Cannot guarantee that on your MIUI all apps have the same name but try and send your sh, cfg, log as above
I downloaded your zip but neither MiXPlorer nor Windows could extractIm using the new SystemlessDebloater.cfg. Have attached both log and cfg below.
Yes im on latest magisk and debloater.
Yeah its strange, i debloated so many system apps (35) witouth any problem, no clue why the mentioned ones (4) dont work. There is no typo, case sensitive issue, space or anything different to the other system apps.
Im on Miui Ori 14.0.1, android 12 (its a ported rom for redmi k20 pro / mi 9T pro)
i have been using 7-zip on pc. I unluckily dont have mixplorer anymore.I downloaded your zip but neither MiXPlorer nor Windows could extract
They see the content (two files) but extracting fails - eg, on Windows, err 0x80004005 when attempting to extract
Please download by yourself and make sure that it properly extracts
You can extract my zip correctly both on MiXplorer and Windows
(I will mainly use MiXPlorer - if I need to use some tar or whatever on the PC it will take much longer time - hence pls make sure that MiXPlorer can properly extract)
Yeah, then it was named zip but wasn't standard zip
Ok, i have followed the steps carefully and in attachment you can find the log file.Yeah, then it was named zip but wasn't standard zip
Download and extract, copy the two files mountList.sh and service.sh to /data/adb/modules/SystemlessDebloater
Overwrite the two existing files you will find there with these new ones
You will need MiXPlorer or some root explorer (or TWRP or adb) - please find your way
It's important that files keep the exact names as above, eg, that Windows or something (if you use) do not append txt extension or so
Also, file names are case sensitive - the scripts must keep their names as in my zip file
Do not reinstall module ! - only reboot the phone and then send me the service.log file from the same directory
Per log, all apps, incl. those four are debloated
Ok, thanks for your time, tell me if you need further informations to fix the issue why it failed to find them.Per log, all apps, incl. those four are debloated
Use root explorer (like MuXPlorer - root must be granted) and go to /system/app/Joyose/
But not from TWRP - this is systemless module, no hard changes, just mounts by Magisk every time you reboot to the System
and check how Joyose.apk looks like (that is one of the app you did not have problem with)
It will be chmod 666, size 0 bytes
You can also check from Terminal emulator - see my screenshots but I did for my debloated Easter egg.apk
Then do the same for your four apps you had a problem with - all are on /system/app
You can read their paths in the mountList.sh I sent you
You can also find their paths in the SystemlessDebloater.log you sent me - you just need too search further down through the file for eg MiConnectService2_13_253
We we'll check another time why it failed to find them regular way - but you see now, how you can find in the SystemlessDebloater.log, add them manually to mountList sh and reboot (I have upgraded my phone with Factory reset and being busy to have it ready for daily use again)
Yes, if you still have mountlist.sh, all debloated apps are listed thereUnluckily i have replaced the SystemlessDebloater.cfg and SystemlessDebloater.log file when copied the download folder of my old installation above the new installation. (somehow did not ask )
Is there any way to get it back "SystemlessDebloater.cfg" ? I did hours of trial and error of app debloating, with a lot of comments.
Edit: in case not i could atleast copy all debloated apps from mountlist.sh
And on this rom i did not have issues with "not found" (successfully debloated ~75 apps)
Please open your log, you will see:
This module overlays the preinstalled YouTube app with an empty (zero byte) file.<SNIP>
I debated the original YouTube app. And installed the REX YouTube app.
When I reboot the phone, your module removed the new YouTube app, and when I disable your module then after I reboot the phone I get the original YouTube app
Is there anything to do ? Please help
Thanks man for taking the time to write me back,
I'm well aware of the xposed and the lsposed modules,
I tried a couple of magical modules for the YouTube revanced, some of them they already have the de-attaching from the Google play feature.
But my problem is not that the Google play is updating the YouTube app.
My problem is whenever my phone is rebooting, or turn off and back on.
Somehow the stock version of YouTube app is back instead of the version I install.
I tried using your module. But it seems that the mod doesn't totally delete the YouTube app from the phone (/system/product/app/YouTube/YouTube.apk) because if I disabled your mod the app reappear again .
I need to delete the app completely from the phone I guess that's the only option I have.
So you also have miui phone, did you get YouTube app as a default app also?