Running into a weird and annoying problem. I'm trying to replace some files with customized ones, namely my launcher.apk, and my bootanimation. Normally, I'd edit the files, then apply them as an update.zip and that's always worked. However, it's not working for me for some reason. For example for the launcher.apk, I deleted the old launcher.apk and then ran the update.zip with the new launcher.apk in it. when i restart etc and go to root explorer and view the contents of launcher.apk i see that my edited files are there and in place however, the widget shows up like the default stock one. it's like the system is ignoring what's actually there and pulling the stock ones from somewhere for the bootanimation.zip i deleted the current one, and the pasted my new one into /data/local. restart, but the old one still shows. I search in rootexplorer and the only instance of bootanimation.zip i find is the new one. So where is the old one pulling from? and how is it playing? I tried an adb push, I tried a root explorer cut and paste, and i tried pete's switchboot script. All appear to work, and the old bootanimation is in fact gone from the filesystem, but it still shows when I restart the phone. Are the files cached somewhere, or is teh system reading a cache from somewhere? Any help would be great.