orb3000 · Aug 24, 2011 at 06:37 am

Get Your Old Android Market Back

After all this Touchpad madness and some other hot news, I got back to writing and been reading that a lot of members would want to go back to older Market application; XDA member Omnichron show us a way to revert back to older version by replacing some files on your Android device´s directory. You will have to uninstall and re install some apk´s, Dev does not specify if your device must be rooted or not so let us know how it works for you by leaving your feed back.

Originally posted by Omnichron
(App) Get your Old Android Market Back

Installation:
1. Download files below, do not rename them! Transfer to SD Card.

2.* Use any file explorer and mount system as RW and delete file name (Root Explorer works nicely)‘Vending.APK’ and ‘MarketUpdater.apk’ from /system/app/. You can also delete folders com.android.vending and com.android.vending.updater in /data/data.
*Do a reboot.

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