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I deleted the stock clock app on the LG G3 (Model D855) without knowing that I need it for the Quick Circle Case to correctly display the Clock Faces when the lid is closed.

Do you know a place where I can download the stock APK file, it goes something like "com.lge.alarmclock", the easy access from Google Drive is not longer working:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3dApvWjgNoKVmU5cjlUMFdwbW8/edit?usp=sharing not working

I tried doing the hard reset but the app did not get back.

Or if anyone would be so kind to back it up for me, I would deeply appreciate it.

Thank you in advance for your time and help.

  • did you actually delete the app from /system/priv-app or did you just remove the circle clock from the lock screen? – Ryan Conrad Dec 27 '14 at 4:09
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A "hard reset" would not change the /system partition, which is where the .apk originates. Since you deleted the system app, I'm going to assume that you have root access. After installing the .apk, I recommend manually pushing it to /system/priv-app/ (command: adb push LGAlarmClock.apk /system/priv-app/, replacing LGAlarmClock.apk with the full path to the .apk. Alternatively, you can change it from a user app to a system app (via an app like Titanium Backup if you install it from PackageInstaller, but I highly recommend pushing it to /system/priv-app/ from adb. Here is a link to LGAlarmClock.apk, pulled from the latest stock lollipop 5.0 build on XDA.

  • Thank you very much for your answer, I will try both approaches in the hopes that I will be able to fix it since I am more of an enthusiats than that of an expert, I will let you know if one (or both) of the solutions worked. Again, Thank you very much. – user3584172 Dec 18 '14 at 7:31
  • @user3584172 Get a chance to try it yet? – LyricWulf Dec 20 '14 at 19:19

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