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To answer your question. No there's no way to get back an uninstalled app on Android like in Windows where you can restore back to a point in time - that feature unfortunately isn't that well developed in Linux ( Android is a far off modification of Linux ). if you had uninstalled using this ( below ) command instead of pm uninstall ( which just hides the ...


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I think I have came across a fix. I disabled window's protection against unsigned drivers, and opened google's android drivers, and added my own phones Hardware ID into the list. I Installed the driver and it's working fine!


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Ok, I've got half an answer for you. I was able to get apps on my Gabb phone. What you do is get an ADB program like this one. Next, you want to extract the contents of the platform-tools file to a new folder in your (C:) drive called adb. Next, you are going to set up USB Debugging on your phone by going into your settings in your Gabb phone, Privacy, ...


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A third-party launcher 'might' help - BUt that's not a solution anyway


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I think 192.168.0.53 is your internal IP over USB. You need to use external IP. Type this to see your external IP: adb shell busybox curl checkip.amazonaws.com.


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Sorry for the broken English... vivo devices with Mediatek chipset don't allow anyone to unlock the bootloaders. The Qualcomm devices bootloaders can be unlocked by the unofficial EDL method discussed by xda-developers. Sadly, my device is also based on the Mediatek chipset. Peace... until the Vivo developers officially release any method to unlock the ...


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On devices with enough disk space one can convert ext4-dedup dynamic partition into r/w system partition. This can be done offline on linux computer using (official) Dynamic Partition Tools lpunpack and lpmake for which precompiled binaries are available from (unofficial) OTA Tools offline on device from TWRP recovery with 3rd party tool super image dumper ...


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