We require answers on IPS to provide backing up explanation as to why what you're suggesting in your answer would work in OP's situation. It helps in preventing usage of inadequate solutions to a given issue. This is why, as of now, neither I or the other mods could undelete your answer.
You say you don't want an explanation as to why your answer got deleted, so I won't provide more details on that (but in case you'd like to read more about the topic, the link I gave above should cover the topic). However, I'd like to express my feelings about something you said: you don't want your answer to become a "let me Google that for you" experiment. And I totally get that! It's not nice for anyone to paraphrase something that's already been said elsewhere.
I see you participate in other stacks among the network, so I hope I'm not wrong in assuming that you know that it may be difficult sometimes, to find the info you're looking for, either because it's a technical issue and you don't know how to express it or because it's a niche expertise and there's only scarce info about it online. Providing an external link to back up your claims is a way to help people who might have this exact issue of finding info on their problems that are hard to describe/too specific to find info about without having a deep knowledge of the subject.
Quick PSA as well: the community tends to quickly delete posts that miss backup so that it doesn't get heavily downvoted and that the answerer has plenty of time to provide the missing info without losing their rep.
One last thing: in order to get your answer as quickly undeleted as possible, feel free to raise a mod flag once you've edited it so that we can review it right away. Please let me know if there's anything unclear or if you need help with anything.