I was able to install android x86 on my laptop with a 20GB partition and configure the system according to my tastes yesterday. Also yesterday, I tried using this app to uninstall some bloatware on my system, such as:
- Velvet (I think this is the google app)
I tried getting rid of this stuff since it's all either unimportant or I have better apps instead, such as opera, hacker's keyboard, and deepstack calculator. When I tried, google's services started dying, and then larger apps like atom launcher started dying. Now, whenever I try to boot into android, it's stuck at the loading screen, though I do have access to a root terminal. Luckily, I still have the '.apk' files available as well as the configuration files. I tried to fix this by using 'pm install', and, even though it starts to install the package, it isn't able to. When I try to pass other arguments to 'pm', it just says that the service isn't available.
Now, I don't want to have to go through a re-install and configure android again, so how do I either: 1. Start the service so that it works 2. Manually re-install the packages?
The device is still bootable to some other OSes. All help is appreciated.
EDIT: I did not delete any services, only these apps that I have uninstalled from a separate tablet of mine and know to be unimportant.