Just open the Google app page in the Play Store, you'll see either install or enable button. If you don't see it, try read the first post on how to restore debloated app
I see "install" button. what does it mean?
Just in case someone else has similar question. The APK name is com.google.android.googlequicksearchbox for Google App. Use the command in the instruction to enable it instead of downloading from play store.
Run .bat file on Windows
adb push debloat_list.sh /data/local/tmp adb push aapt_arm_pie /data/local/tmp adb shell chmod 777 /data/local/tmp/debloat_list.sh adb shell chmod 755 /data/local/tmp/aapt_arm_pie
adb shell /data/local/tmp/debloat_list.sh
adb shell su -l /data/local/tmp/debloat_list.sh
I've run your tool without modification but now I have 2 major issues:
1. My phone keeps rebooting randomly every 5 minutes
2. There's a few apps that Id want back (Spotify, Netflix, Linkedin, Bixby routines). When i run the ADB command I get
Package com.spotify.music new state: defaultinstead of state enabled
Can you help please
Thank you for your feedback!I ran this Debloat script on OneUI 2.5 and now upgraded to OneUI 3.0 and I thought we should re run this script but it was not necessary. Everything working fine. Just wanted to let ppl know.
I don't know if it is a placebo effect but after debloating, autofocus in the stock camera improved significantly, like there is no AF problem anymore.
I guess AF bug culprit is Bixby?
It's good to have a master like Serajr here (I remember xperia period too ... or old HTC HD2 ? ^^)
I'm afraid to try this on android 11 non-root, I checked debloat-list and I'm not sure to understand
E.g : if I want to keep Facebook, I write "##" before and if I want to remove I let only "#" in the list ?
Glad to know that!