Just for context, I have an unrooted OnePlus 6. There's a system app called "Zen Mode" (not in the play store) that gives you notifications when you use your phone for 2 hours. I tapped on the notification, it opened the app, and there was a button to disable the notification, and I disabled it. But now it's not going to give me notifications anymore, so I don't have a way to open the app, so I cannot change those settings?
I'm using NovaLauncher, and I've verified it is not just set to "hidden" in my launcher. It just won't appear in the launcher whatsoever.
I can still view the app details in settings, but there is no "launch" button or similar.
Looking on the app details page, it looks like this app doesn't support being opened by any links, so I can't take advantage of that by typing a URL into the web browser for example.
I found a similar question here: How can I run an installed system application that doesn't appear in the app list?
however the answers on that post suggest using an "am" command that isn't working for me (error is "adb: usage: unknown command am")
and the other answer suggests the app is disabled, but in my case it isn't disabled (and in fact, the "disable" button in the settings is grayed out, unclickable.)
amcommand, you need to call
adb shell am <parameter>or
adb shellto enter
shellmode, then call