Delete Apps script....

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  1. Crf450r420

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    I tried searching for this, but nothing came.

    I've read that the deleted system apps are backed up on the SD card, but where?
     
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    No one knows where they go?
     
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    Yes, they go to:

    /sdcard/SimplyStunning/apps
     
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    Sweet. I want to load one back, but didn't know where to look on my SDcard copy. I reformated to clear room a while back before the 32G card.

    Thanks.
     
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    Hi Chevy, how do you restore one from there?
    I made the mistake of deleting Talk since I had eBuddy and got messages twice, well, eBuddy has its quirks and I want to remove it and put Talk back on.
    I found it in that backup folder.
    I tried installing it by just clicking on the apk, still no Talk in my apps
    I tried copying it to the /system folder since it was in /sdcard/SimplyStunning/backupname/system, that didn't seem to fix things either.
    Thanks! :)
     
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    Using root explorer or equivalent, copy talk.apk to the system/app folder on your phone (not the sdcard), make sure it is named talk.apk (not talk.apk.bak), then reboot your phone.
     
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