Reinstall Music app
Is there a way to reinstall the music app?
I did a cleanup of my OPO before switching from Vivid to Xenial, and removed the music app.
But it wasn't reinstalled during the update.
How can I reinstall it, as it's not available in the Open Store?
@ellypsis Did you install with the wipe option? If you choose that it should put it back. Or someone else may have another way lets wait and see.
@ellypsis look for the broken symlink that is created when you uninstalled a pre-installed app in
Delete that symlink and reboot your device and the removed app will be available again
@advocatux Thanks, it was that!
I delete the broken simlink in /opt/click.ubuntu.com/.click/users/phablet/symlink
@ellypsis I had the same thing happen with my Nexus 5, but I can't fine any symlinks in the directory you mentioned. I'm going to try the wipe option.
@Lakotaubp Wiping during the 16.04 stable installation worked for me. Thank you.
@advocatux I found ~/.cache/com.ubuntu.music
But as with another under on this forum, there was no symlink under the suggestion that you gave.
@nerd7473 it's in
/otpand not in
@ellypsis I looked in /opt/click.ubuntu.com/.click/users/phablet/
there is no com.ubuntu.music nor any other thing that I found related to music... Other than in /home/.cache/ if at all possible I'd love to get the music app back. If I can get Music reinstalled without a wiping my phone I'd be glad. I did not find anything that stood out as a symlink for music... If someone can point me to a Click package if nothing else, can I get it through clickable?
The music app is a deb package, not a click package, and it's included in the UT image, that's why is not available in the OpenStore.
You need to remove that aforementioned symlink (or reinstall UT without the