"Android is upgrading..." on every reboot

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  1. RuLEoF2

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    I'm partial to the black or generally dark themed ROMs. Are there any that you can recommend that are dark themed or have theme mods available for them?
     
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    Most are CM based so any CyanogenMod theme will work. CarbonROM and LiquidSmooth both have a "dark" mode, not sure on Tachyon... Been awhile since I tried it.

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    Not sure what you are saying here... Are you saying on every boot you are getting "Android is upgrading" message?

    Check both your internal and external storage for a PH98IMG.zip file and remove it. If you are still getting this message after verifying that this file not exist on any storage partition, you should do a complete wipe in recovery (all partitions) and sideload your ROM and Gapps again.
     
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    Oh these are similar threads. Ever since the site redesign I've ignored the title and thought these were all recent posts and pondered why some dated back to the OG Droid.

    Upgrading on reboot eh? Your dalvik cache is beijbg rebuikt on every boot. Be thankful you aren't using ART runtime instead lol.

    (To stay in topic.... After you install a new application ns reboot it's likely building the dalvik-cache for that app which is basically the code which the app runs but cached and stored in a seperate folder for faster apps)
     
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