I did read it >_<
It was just a lot to process and when i saw "adw" and the screenshots I didnt see any for blurs home, just adw home.
I definitely appreciate the wall of text ^_^
BTW thank YOU for theming the home dock (or dock's home w.e.) I HATE how it looks for some reason and been looking for a way to change it. Now its not so bad
OH, BTW...for those worrying about settings the File permssions manually...you can cheat and use ROM Manager to do it for you. Just download from the Market and select the "Fix Permisisons" option. It will fix the permssions on the entire phone correctly with one tap.
I just tested it and it worked perfectly.
Going through the permissions in my apps i noticed super user wasnt set to the usual rw--r--r like the other ones is that normal? I never touched permissions before so idk what to expect.
I installed and followed the directions the way it said to. When i got to the last part, I put the delay to 5000 but the moment i pressed apply it rebooted almost instantly, everything seems themed except my notification bar, nothing up there changed at all. Any help?
I also can't get to blur home anymore. Im stuck using adw. I can't uninstall adw either. I use my moto widgets so id like to stay with the blurhome.apk, It wont even let me manually install the apk in system/app folder even though its there. (hope im not being a pain i appreciate the help and the theme itself ^_^)
EDIT: Nvm, I reapplied the last step again and it worked now. I noticed the moto widgets is under "widgets" now mixed in with everything else so I dont need blurhome.apk anymore. (gotta redo my entire home now UGH) Still wondering about the permissions for SU though.
Last edited by phatkat66; 08-12-2010 at 02:12 PM.
Until some one gets it fixed the workaround to get back to the Blur Home (if you want to ) is to use Root Explorer and go to system/app and rename org.adw.laucher-1.apk to .bak or .apk2 etc. to kill it so BlurHome is the default. You don't even need to reboot, the change will be imediate when you exit Root Explorer.
To go back to ADW, just remove the "2" or whatever to get it back to .apk...same deal, exit RE and ADW should be active once again.
Clunky, but it works and is actually faster for me than going to Manage Applications, finding the home app and clearing the default like you would normally do with as Droid 1.
I'm not really into themes anymore....but this looks nice!!!
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