I wanted to free up some internal space. So I decided to delete some pre-installed apps. Then I accidently removed an app called HtcSense.apk. As I rebooted it didn't manage to start anymore.

I would assume I could download the app from somewhere, but how will I be able to put it back on my phone?

  • Can you see your status bar with blank area below it? – user3303 Apr 7 '12 at 17:15
  • no, I cant boot at all. I can only go to the bootloader. – Kaiser Mikato Apr 7 '12 at 17:28
  • I assume your bootloader is unlocked then -- you'll need to flash firmware to restore it, unless you have a custom recovery that will let you remount /system as RW via ADB so you can push the file over. – Matthew Read Apr 7 '12 at 18:16
  • @MatthewRead, I have managed to install a custom recovery on my phone. The problem is, which files have I deleted? – Kaiser Mikato Apr 8 '12 at 11:50
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    I assume you're using a custom ROM as you were able to delete pre-installed apps. If this is the case, have you considered simply re-installing the ROM? Unless you provide more details on what actually happens instead of a clean boot, it'll be difficult for anyone to even begin diagnosing which files you deleted to cause these issues. – ctt Apr 8 '12 at 14:26

I have finally fixed my phone. Thank you @Matthew Read @ctt for your help!!!:) I am really sorry that I asked more then one question about this. I was just panicking that my phone wasn't working.

I have managed to install a custom rom to my Htc Wildfire S. This is the rom I used.

I had to to a factory reset and I had to delete all the cache.

Thanks again for all your support! :)

  • Glad to know it's fixed.. – user3303 May 23 '12 at 9:03

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