如何检索它？有没有回购我可以下载它？我尝试了谷歌，没有找到任何东西。我的手机是一个Huwawei Y320，Android OS版本为4.2.2
I wanted to uninstall the default Calendar app to replace with Google Calendar. However, I accidentally uninstalled Calendar Storage before uninstalled the default Calendar app. The Google Calendar app won't work every time I try to create an event/plan. I assume this is because I uninstalled the Calendar Storage (app?).
How do I retrieve it? Is there a repo wherein I can just download it? I tried Googling, found nothing. My phone is a Huwawei Y320, Android OS version is 4.2.2
You will have to download this app and install it as a system app, using Link2SD or any similar app. This is just another apk file from another Android Jelly Bean 4.2.2 phone.
Note : Please backup all your data before trying to do so. This way of installing apps is actually not recommended, but works out most of the times.
I downloaded this file: http://download.apks.org/?server=12&apkid=com.android.providers.calendar&ver=4.4.4-a1d45e8141
EDIT: This is for Android 4.4.4. If you have another version of Android just do a Google search for the apk file. Then, get it from a site you trust. Also, I have android 5.1, and it still worked, so there's a possibility that it might work if you have a newer version of Android.
Next, I installed the apk file from the downloads folder.
Finally, I downloaded a /system/app mover from the Google play store (requires root), and made the calendar storage app a system app.
I rebooted, and now my calendar works perfectly!
Here is what I did in a LG L90:
First, I went to Settings > About Phone > Common > Update Center > App Updates. Then I looked for the disabled app. There it was, Calendar Storage. I had to reinstall it, and then the problem was gone.
If you found this question via google because you deleted your Samsung Calendar Storage APK and your calendar app no longer works, then try this. None of the above methods worked for me, so don't waste your time.
PROCEDURE - PART 1
PROCEDURE - PART 2
Assuming your mum has es file explorer ( not necessarily if she has root) launch the app and on the default screen tap apps. All her users app should open .you should see a section at the left top where it says apps tap on it and select system. There you should find the app you are looking for . Long press on the app and tap the sharing icon .share Bluetooth or whatever. You may want to install before converting . Or you may just enable root explorer in es file explorer along the dashboard copy the apk file. Go to the es file explorer dashboard , tap local , select device , go to system , app, and paste it there then reboot .`
When debloating your phone, it's likely that you have to use an app for uninstalling root apps. Check if your app has a recycling bin. If you have, then restore it from there and restart your phone.
The app I use is System App Safe Remove.
Here's an update for lollipop+. I did the same. Downloaded this http://download.apks.org/?apkid=com.android.providers.calendar&ver=5.1.1-981c9024fa&server=darkkiller Install-Moved to system-reboot. Job done :)