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If you have the Settings > Wireless and networks > More > Tethering and portable hotspot menu item (which is present from Android 2.2 onwards, so I assume you do, since your phone ships with 4.2), you do not have to root your device to turn on tethering. Just use that menu and WiFi tethering will work. Those apps are for phones with earlier ...


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(I assume you are root user) I don't know the error but I think you could extract the APKs from that zip and install them manually. Then, with a tool like Link2SD you could long press each Google App and select the option "Convert in System app". That's pretyt much the same like flash the apps via recovery and zip (in this case).


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I think your best bet is to unroot your device and restore it to stock. This means stock ROM, recovery and kernel, and you will be unrooted. This is often referred to as "flashing a factory image", sometimes incorrectly. But that's what we're going to do! Note: This process will wipe your phone completely. Backup your storage before you continue. I am ...



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