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Topic # 100468 12-Apr-2012 07:14
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G'day, just got the HTC One X and don't muck like the HTC mail app. A review at MoDaCo said that it was simple enough to grab the stock ICS mail app and stick it in without rooting device.

Q: Where cai get the stock app? I have looked and can't see it...seems weird to me.

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  Reply # 608110 12-Apr-2012 07:36
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have you looked in the market plenty of email apps in there. Failing that go to XDA developers forum you will find it there




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  Reply # 608116 12-Apr-2012 08:13
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I had a good look in the XDA forum and couldnt see a copy, I'll go have another look.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 608135 12-Apr-2012 09:58
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Try using K9 - it's a good app.




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  Reply # 608164 12-Apr-2012 11:37
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Not entirely expert in this area but I presume it's a protected app. You could perhaps find somebody with a rooted phone with that app and do a Titanium backup or something like that and the apk should be available to side load on your phone.




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  Reply # 608306 12-Apr-2012 15:30
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Try your luck with this version:

http://min.us/m3IsSXb5q

You may be able to install it as a regular app. It's from a current ICS AOSP build so it _should_ work, but don't quote me on that.




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  Reply # 608404 12-Apr-2012 18:36
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Here is the Gmail.apk pulled from the cyangenmod 9 (ICS) that I'm running. 

http://goo.gl/m2A6c


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  Reply # 608558 12-Apr-2012 22:59
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I dont think you will be able to run the stock AOSP email client. You will need the AOSP base. You certainly wont be able to just install it, if it does work you will have to ROOT and push to /system/app

But here it is anyway - DOWNLOAD




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  Reply # 608606 13-Apr-2012 08:32
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Sorry, one thing I forgot to mention was that I need IMAP as well, does the stock mail app hand this too..cheers

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  Reply # 608905 13-Apr-2012 18:39
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motorwayne: Sorry, one thing I forgot to mention was that I need IMAP as well, does the stock mail app hand this too..cheers


Yea it has IMAP 




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