I know deodexing with 928Droid fails, I assume b/c your installing a theme, but I wonder if 928Droid-BackToStock-DroidX22-OTA-Odexed would work?
SO, now when you copy the origi_app/frame files, they will overwirte the existing deodexed apks and the corresponding odexs will copy over as well.
IF you delete the directory and the copy the folder, you will be deleting the files that never needed to be deodexed and therefore are not included in the origi_ folders, and you will get stuck at bootloop. ( at least that is what happened to me when i tried doing all that with root explorer one time. learned my lesson)
colchiro's idea will most likely work as well, and probably does the same thing but in one nice 'n easy .zip.
OH, and after doing this (and fixing my build.prop after) , i was able to receive and instal the OTA 2.3.340 which is now running on my phone.
Good luck to you. Take your time, do research until you feel comfortable and remember ALWAYS make a backup.
p.s. after you get the ota up and running, DONT push back the done_app/frame which you used to deodex last time. its a new system so you need to re deodex over again otherwise you'll bootloop and need to flash hte system sbf (like i did when it skipped my mind lol)
When I am setting up the deodexing on my computer with my phone hooked up I get to the cmd prompt part and try to set the rest of it up. This is where I get an error. Do I have to have something installed on my computer so that cmd's work with the phone?
- the Motorola drivers installed
- Android SDK installed
- add the android tools folder to your Windows path (makes everything forward easier) OR copy files to your tools folder.
- open a command prompt (Start... programs... accessories... command prompt). Type the letter of the drive you extracted your files. For most people this will be C:, then press enter. Then CD followed by the path to your tools folder. For me that would be CD \android-sdk-windows\tools since my tools are on C:\android-sdk-windows\tools.
Updating the path means you can run adb statements from anywhere, not just the tools folder. It makes life easier the next time you need to run an adb shell since you don't need to CD anywhere, just start typing.