928Droid-Back-To-Stock dROIDx

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  1. wierdo

    wierdo New Member

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    Hello,
    Just last week I installed 928Droidd's Black glass theme on my droid X. I currently have android 2.1 update 1 stock rom from Verizon. In order to flash the Froyo 2.2 leak, I need to return everything back to stock.

    When I attempt to load the 929Droid-BackToStock-DroidX-21-UpdateZIP.zip in metamorph, It closes with the following error:

    "The theme you selected is invalid beacuse the theme control file is missing, or it is not correctly written."

    Am I supposed to rename the zip file to update.zip and then flash it from the bootlaoder? I have been unable to find instructions on how to revert back to stock with this file. Can anyone point me in the right direction? Thanks!
     
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    928Droid Premium Member Theme Developer Premium Member

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    Unless the file name has "MeteMorph" or "MM" in it, it is NOT a MetaMorph file and is an update.zip type file.

    If you are using the current version of my BTS file it is indeed an update.zip, install via Bootloader/Recovery.
     
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    wierdo New Member

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    Thanks!

    Installed the recovery from koush, and was able to apply the backtostock zip just fine. It got rid of the translucent status bar, but left the "fade-in out-style app list, and I still scroll from left to right for all the apps as opposed to scrolling down (stock).

    I wonder if this is "stock" enough to flash 2.2 rom to the droidx? I am about to try unless anyone can talk me out of it.dancedroid
     
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    You should ordinarily wipe data and cache before you install a new ROM, so it doesn't really matter what it's like when you do that, as everything is blown away. You should worry more about having a good nandroid backup set up the way you like to go back to when changing ROMs (not just themes, but actual ROMs).