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I had the same problem once. but I could access the notification drawer. and I had a battery booster installed. So , I clicked it and clicked the rating button. It went directly to Google play and find the app's page and open it. You can unfreeze it then.


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Just posting if anybody needed it in future. I had the same problem once. but I could access the notification drawer. and I had a battery booster installed. So , I clicked it and clicked the rating button. It went directly to Google play and there I could uninstall from the launcher's details page.


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Gravitybox lets you set navigation ring targets via the Xposed Framework.


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Thanks to user40849, i managed to solve this problem. His answer is not very detailed, so i'll give a complete answer. First, you need to reboot in safe mode. you can accomplish this by starting up your phone and then holding the volume up and down button at the same time untill the phone is started. You should see the words 'safe mode' in the bottom left ...


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Install the Android SDK on a PC so you can use ADB. Install ADB drivers as necessary. Boot into recovery by holding 'Vol +' and 'Power' until it boots into recovery. At the command prompt run adb devices while it is stuck loading. Once your device shows up run: adb shell adb rm /data/app/com.cooeeui.brand.turbolauncher1.apk Reboot your device.


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Reboot in safe mode. Once in you should be able to delete the launcher.


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As far as I know the TW launcher stores the informations about the home screens icons and the packages icons in a SQL database file inside its data folder for which the full path can be, as for example for the stock TW launcher on a Galaxy Y phone (GingerBread v.2.3.6), /data/data/com.sec.android.app.twlauncher/databases/launcher.db To view the content you ...



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