Device: Oneplus One (bacon)
I was able to successfully install and use anbox on the stable channel. I have recently switched to the release-candidate channel and got annbox up and running. However, I did notice a few things:
- When I started anbox, there were multiple instances of the default apps (i.e. calculator, calendar, contact, and 4 instances of Files). Does anyone know how to get these default apps to not show up when running anbox?
- If I have to remove the default apps (or any apps I pull from my android), where are they installed to verify that
adb uninstallhas worked?
- Finally, how would one go about completely uninstalling everything related to anbox and starting over?
Thanks in advance for your help!
@aclifton314 very interested by the third question since everytime I tried I ended up reinstalling the whole system
hankschwie last edited by hankschwie
- multiple instances: Have a look at https://forums.ubports.com/topic/3939/app-menu-double-entries-w-anbox/ . Restarting Unity8 usually helps, or restarting the device, but there is no way to completely get rid of those duplicates.
- You can't remove the default android apps. You could deactivate some calling the android Settings, go to Apps and deactivate those you don't need. I usually deinstall other anbox apps that don't work, or are not needed any more using the default android way via Settings->Apps within Anbox, too.
Installed apps are - at least partly - stored in
/home/phablet/anbox-data/data/app, but the whole content of path
.../data/...is "invisible", and only accessible as root-user using a ssh or adb shell. You can navigate using
cd PATH, and show contents using
- Easiest and fastest way to remove anbox is to reflash your device with the current version and channel using the UBports Installer; but don't wipe the user data!