UPDATED: TotalPackageCount 2.0 (With and without Deleted Apps Counting)

TotalPackageCount 2.0

This extension gives you the option to count all the applications installed, and it provide a count on all applications installed (or deleted) by the user. The deleted app method only works if the app has a leave data flag set. Most apps do.
The WithDeleted only provided an app count that the USER HAS INSTALLED through some action at the user level. It does not include System Apps. This is by design. Thanks @Robert for pointing out my error in this description.

The newest Block is TotalPackageNamesListWithDeleted. It will give you a list of the packages by name. Thanks @alrmailay for the suggestion.

Also a big change with this version is it now supports all API levels. The previous version only worked up until API 23. Also corrected some spelling errors and redid descriptions.

This is good extension to use if you are using a bonus method of granting rewards by installing other apps, or you discover a new hacked package available and want to test for it being there. This will be rolled into the larger HackProtect Extension. When it is, it will be released with the HP name at the end.

Blocks

Instructions

An integer is returned for each of the options, so you can use that as part of an if or block.

Download

TotalPackageCountv2.aix (8.6 KB)

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Really?


Total packages 157
Total packages with deleted 22 - maybe it returns to third-party apps (what are not installed by default).

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Yeah, sorry. I need to be more clear.

The second number is only those that you have installed or uninstalled, (not system apps)

You through APK, or a store installed it.

I guess it would be called User Driven :slight_smile:

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It would be nice if you returned a list of installed application package names

just a little typo, replace “app” with “extension” :wink:

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Ok, I see a few errors in descriptions so I need to recompile it anyway. Based on how I did things, this should be a quick change.

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See the original post for the updated aix, with support for all API levels, and with the list function.

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