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Some...very few maybe, may have seen my post earlier in the year about the koby kyros. The screen cracked. Proving the case that it comes with was not as helpful as you would think. But the machine it of it self was...ok I'm thinking about actually getting a new one. So the question is this. I need to compile an apk that will install the sense ui apk, the gapps apk series, the google calendar apk, and then execute a script that will download some apps from the market. Can anybody teach me how to do it. I know where to get the sense ui and gapps apk but I need them to install automatically sort of like an exe file on windows... Makes sense right?
If possible I'd love to do an entire os mod. I still essentially would like to remain android though, instead of like clock world or whatever....
But again I have no kind of expirence in doing this sooooo....yeah...
First of all, does the screen still work? I don't quite understand why these packages need to automatically install, other than the screen not being visible.
Second, do you have ADB access (Developer Mode) available? If so, packages can be installed through the ADB shell easily.
I said, I'm considering buying a new one. So no the screen does not work. I do have access to adb but I essentially don't want to use that unless absolutely necessary. I want to, in a nutshell, click on the apk and it installs everything. Sort of like how in Linux if you download a program and are missing a dependant program it will download that as well...