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    Installing apps to Android's internal SD-Card

    Hi all Android users, Please feel free to share this Android info throughout all the internet so everyone knows how to install apps to their google android high tech piracy phone. Now there is a faster + better way to install Android apps to Android's internal SD-Card other than using ADB. Android's reverse compatibility for apps is 2.1 or 2.2 Gingerbread. To get started you must be rooted and you must have the app uninstalled then you must have the install settings set to "Internal Device Storage" and the "unkown sources" set to not checked then you must paste the apps location to a place like /system to change the permissions properly. When you get to this point you can use any root explorer app like root explorer or other to change the apps settings properly (if you use ROM Toolbox pro you can change the app's owner and group settings but it may give you a Owner-group setting to app79 or other if you copy and paste the app with that app) you need to set both owner and group to "root" then to change it's permissions to rw-r--r-- (owner: read and write checked and execute not checked, Group: read only checked, Others: read only checked) Note: if you use ROM Toolbox Pro to copy and paste it to the location /system/apps the app's group may get changed to app79 and the app may not get installed correctly allthough try to use an app like root explorer or similiar to properly copy and paste it to the location /system/apps folder after changing the apps settings where every system app is located. Right after copying and pasting the app to the /system/apps folder check the apps permissions and owner settings so they are rw-r--r-- and Owner: root Group: root to check and make sure the app got installed properly. Note: not every app will work instantly, if it didn't work instantly check to make sure the app is not installed on the external sd-card and is in the folder /system/apps and the apps settings are correct, the installation's settings are set to "internal device storage" and "Unkown sources" is left unchecked, check if there is a java file for the app in the java installer folder located in /Data/Dalvik cache, and check for the app's native library folder located in /data/data, if there is no java file in the dalvik cache folder for the app in /data/dalvik cache but there is a native library folder sitting there with the "app's name"/lib with nothing more then it seems the app will not work without a java file in dalvik cache but if there is a dalvik cache restart your phone it either means the app is not compatible or you have to trial and error the app or you have to copy the .so file from the external sd-card installation first and paste it to /system/lib to detect if it is compatible or not. First try installing it on the external sd-card then copy and paste the whole native library (Note: make sure you have the lib folder in the "app's-name"/lib set to rw if you're using root explorer) (/data/data) for the app to /system (it appears the dalvik cache java files for apps comparing the external sd-card and the Android's internal sd-card install files are named different for any app so you don't have to copy it to /system along with the apps native library this way but it's your option to copy and paste it together if you want to troubleshoot app compatability more, after you have installed it to the external sd-card and the native library is copied and pasted to /system , uninstall the app and restart your phone, reinstall the app through the same instructions in this post only this time copy and paste the native library (/system) back to /data/data and see if that will work, if that doesn't work, try the .so (if there is a .so file) copied file method pasting it to /system/lib, if that don't work you may have to experiment using the trial and error methods. They programmed the external sd-card so it can be globally seen (gps) + the permissions are tottaly screwed up for the external sd-card so they make you look stupid Comparing Apple's I-Phone to Google's high tech espionage Android internal storages, the I-phone Beats the com-petition and Android's storage sucks! Everyone should put pressure on Google to add more internal storage to their phones + demand U.S.A. changes to their pirated unsafe and unchecked criminal high tech espionage dangerous privacy laws broken practices totally fraudly payed off by an enemy of America the devil worshipping Federal Government that don't apply to the American people against a American constition law breaking overstepped boundaries uprising very evil dangerous criminal pirate Federal Government who worship the devil! Everyone Google can be put in it's place for being controlled by the Fed if we all stick together and fight Americanly and bust the pirate criminals behind google breaking America's private laws!

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    Some people say Edgar Allan Poe created works of art while high (or insane)too.

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    Maybe you could make a tin foil hat for your phone as well while you're in the process?

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    If you want or need to uninstall an app from the /system/apps folder, delete the app then go to the /data folder, in here go to the dalvik cache (/data/dalvik cache) then delete the java installatiom file for that app then go to /data/data and delete the native library for the app, then if there is a .so file from that native library either sitting in the native library's "app's-name"/lib or automatically installed to /system/lib when the app is installed, go to /system/lib and check for the library's .so file in there if found delete it, it's not clear how many more files need to get deleted other than from the app writing to the external sd-card allthough you should be good to restart your phone so the app's native library display in the settings-applications-manape applications-all dissapears, if there is the app's icon with the android's robot inside of it in the apps desktop tap your finger on it once to make it go away. There are 2 apps Android uses to install an app almost always by force to the external sd-card, defaultcontainer and package installer are the 2 apps located in /system/apps if you no longer wish to install apps to the unsafe external sd-card you can delete these 2 apps mainly found in /system/apps, /data/data and /data/dalvik cache remember to restart your phone to clear the app's icons in settings-applications-manage apps-all allthough remember you can't install apps to the external sd-card without reinstalling those 2 apps with the proper app settings to reinstall back to /system/apps with no restart required. Make sure to get a cwm recovery 5.0.2.7. (not more than 7 mb) file that fits in your phone's /.cust_backup/image folder and backup your phone so incase anything were to go wrong (soft bricked or other) you can restore your phone by backup if possible, unlocking the bootloader should remove the brick from the phone especially with Cricket Huawei Mercury but I have not researched that out yet. When you add apps to the /system/apps folder the app that was once installed to the native library to mainly spy on all our small more advanced today external sd-cards that write to it causes more junk files than from being installed to the phone's internal sd-card, if you want you can compare the differences if the files are more needed important to the app or are more junk which you can erase. You can download Treve's logging test app with root from xdadeveloper's website to search for loggers, adware and spyware and get rid of them if desired + more allthough if you want the key you can search online or buy it from the goofy app store for 99 cents, beware of bricks. If you want to know more about halfass-rooting your phone (formerly known as rooting half-ass not unlocking the bootloader and installing a custom rom without Carrier-IQ), there is a 1-2 part video from chris on youtube that perfectly explains just how to half ass root your huawei mercury. If you want to look for apps free or paid for free, try searching on a search engine for any website that may suit your needs, Beware of scanning everything you download for viruses or other for there is a total www high tech espionage warfare game going on right now. Beware of any app you use, it may be secretly spying on you without your knowledge with broken American Constition privacy breeches brought on by all the brain guilty pirates and criminals out there. That pretty much says it all besides me saying please reply back with good comments, I like comments. Be aware, be free from tyranny, be careful and be tottaly free. I will respond back to comments or questions etc.

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    It was worth every detail.

    ---------- Post added at 12:11 PM ---------- Previous post was at 12:11 PM ----------

    It was worth every detail.

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    It was worth every detail.

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    How do you remove the CiQ that is embedded into your stock framework without completely botching the rom from being stuck in permaboot?

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    The first 2 of 3 comments I made last were typos, this reply goes out to biledigger, the files for CIQ on the Android I believe are 4 (I forgot some of the locations but one is /system/bin) but if you are using Treve's logging Test app you would need the key to remove it which you can get for 99 cents at the goofy app store allthough you can manually remove it too. If you have cricket huawei mercury glory I believe then you should be good to manually remove these 4 files that Treve's logging test app can detect and tell you the location if you have root, without root it's only partial and the app will not work as well as your phone being rooted. These 4 files seem to be just CIQ files, I recommend if you haven't removed these 4 files yet to get some good advice to disable it first, I removed mine but the traces for the service commands remained in init.rc etc which showed up in "Android system" with ROM Toolbox pro's auto start Manager. You can go to Treve's website androidsecuritytest.com for more info as well. Inside of every Android phone lays every CIQ code as the worst type of rootkit ever seen since first noticed by many people, this is a serious discovery leading to the thought this is the work of high tech espionage on every Android phone mainly programmed by Google as Google software developers and hardware developers are secretly payed literal tons of unknown amounts of indescent debt money by the Federal Government of Pirates or criminals whatever they are playing Monopoly with the whole country for all their viscious evil careless wrongdoings. Treve recommendations are on his website. If your talking about the framework of the phone being infected by CIQ while the bootloader is unlocked and you install a new custom rom and it's still there, you have a more intelligent question than I can answer.

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    To Bile digger please describe what you mean exactly by your latest question.

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    I was meaning to clarify that the CiQ removal that i am referring to would be the removal of CiQ in jellybean 4.2.2. This is a version with an unlocked bootloader and rooted. If i try to manually remove the frameworks that are infested and replace them with non infested variations it tends to have a constant crash at the launcher. Would there be a way to recompile the framework from AoKP or AoSP to replace these specific files and bypass the detection. Or are they a prerequisite to the setup with the rest of the systems runtime to actually have everything up and running properly?

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    I don't have the answer to that question, today they made it so hard to catch up with every single detail on phones and smartphones that it would take the whole phone's guide to catch up.

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    Update: Make sure you backup every app and put it in a safe place like /data/data or /system before you delete any system app, Just in case your phone screws up you can use clockwork mod 5.0.2.7 to back it all up so you don't have any technical trouble to deal with aftermath. If your phone goes through an app crash loop, take out the battery and put it back in, restart your phone and wait til the phone's carrier boot screen loads up, right before it vibrates press and keep pressing the menu button then you should be in safe mode, if your phone still has the app crash loop problem in safe mode then use clockwork mod 5.0.2.7 to restore your phone, if not then delete the app's native library in data/data first then delete the app's dalvik cache in /data/dalvik cache, then if you haven't allready deleted the app then delete the app in /system/app. You can either restart your phone and see if you still have a app crash loop or you can go back into safe mode and after deleting the app, reinstall it to restore an important app that the phone needs to operate Androidly or just restore your phone through clockwork mod 5.0.2.7

 

 

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