my htc one m8 was is rooted nd i accidently deleted my camera app using device control app nd now when i downloaded it's apk from internet it does not get installed showing message 'there was a problem in parsing the package' now how could i get back the original htc corporation camera app for kitkat in my phone.....,play store is having the app but supports lollipop nd above versions....... nd i also tried getting it from share it from other htc m8 (kitkat) showing the same message

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Just flash the stock RUU. Depending on your CID (Carrier ID), go here to find the RUU appropriate for your phone's CID.

To check your CID, boot in bootloader (Fastboot) and tape fastboot getvar cid or fastboot oem readcid. You'll get something like HTC_044 then go here to find from which carrier it belongs.

Flashing the RUU will clear your phone storage, you'll lose all data (photos, apps, videos, etc).


You can try LuckyPatcher with the Android patch to disable signature checks on Apps, hope that works

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