My Duraforce has very little bloat thanks to /system/app. The message about moving system apps is no joke though. I found out the hard way. Make a backup before you go tinkering around system.
looks like a useful app for rooted users but not working on my lollipop 5.1. It just moves apk file between /system/app and /data/app folders and changes permissions but the issue of odexing/deodexing causes it to fail. Also after converting user app to system app the odex file not generated automatically even after reboot or app run.
Works perfectly on all the phones in our home. From KitKat to Nougat, it helps clean out the bloat and makes the phones run faster........."Some are complaining about Busybox. Once you install Busybox from the play store you need to open it and hit install in the app. What you download from the play store is just the installer".
I love this app. I could fix a problem with my Weather Provider by installing it as a system app. I have a question, though. When you move a system app to user, it disappears as if it's not installed. This you state in the description here, that's ok. But where did the app go? Do I have to delete it manually? Where?
Awesome app! By mistake I installed many apps as system apps and was stuck on how to remove them. Love the way this one helped in a minute and make up for my 3 hours searching net!
Could not remount system I even did it using Root Explorer first and got the same error. Running Android 7.0 90M on Nexus 6P.
1.7.2: Switched to "warning" instead of fatal error when trying to move encrypted file
1.7.1: might now also recognize systemless-root
- enabled highly experimental system-to-normal-app moving operation on Android 5.0+
(most - probably all - system apps wont work when being moved. dont use this feature on productive devices. make a backup. really, make a backup!)
- fixed displaying error message when there really wasnt any error in some cases