How to get Google applications like Gmail, Play and YouTube back on a rooted Android phone with custom ROM?
kreiley 1 year ago
When I rooted and flashed a new ROM on a Galaxy S2, everything went smoothly, but all of the “Google parts” aren’t on there. That means no Google Play, Gmail, YouTube, Voice, etc. How do you go about getting all of those GAPS back on after flashing a new ROM?
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