Trying to speed this project up with some help and responses. I've tested different programs to do this work but found out since I'm only editing PNG image files and no .9.png image files for the time being then I don't need to use xUltimate right now. Here's what I've done with no success trying it out on Music.apk as practice: 1. Plug USB in Droid 2 and to PC 2. Make sure Debugging is on 3. Open Removable Disk Drive I: (my Droid 2) and go to /system/app (this is where Music.apk is) 4. Copy Music.apk and put it in my c:\android-sdk-windows\platform-tools\newAPKwork 5. Open Music.apk (in my newAPKwork folder) with 7-zip by right-clicking Music.apk and select Open Archive 6. Click on the res folder (on 7-zip) 7. Click on drawable-hdpi folder 8. Drag a .png image file onto GIMP program 9. Edit the colors on them 10. Save edited .png image file to drawable-hdpi folder (c:\android-sdk-windows\platform-tools\finishedpngs\drawable-hdpi) 11. Repeated editing to the rest of the .png image files in drawable-hdpi folder and save to same folder (drawable-hdpi folder) 12. Click on drawable-hdpi-finger folder 13. Repeat step 8 14. Repeat step 9 15. Save edited .png images file to drawable-hdpi-finger folder (c:\android-sdk-windows\platform-tools\finishedpngs\drawable-hdpi-finger) 16. Repeated editing to the rest of the .png images files in drawable-hdpi-finger folder and save to same folder (drawable-hdpi-finger folder) 17. Go back to drawable-hdpi folder on 7-zip 18. Open up the folder containing the newly edited .png image files on c:\android-sdk-windows\platform-tools\finishedpngs\drawable-hdpi 19. Select all the newly edited .png image files and drag them into the drawable-hdpi folder on 7-zip 20. Click OK to copy over original .png image files (this will replace the original .png image files with my newly edited .png image files) 21. Repeat step 17 but go to drawable-hdpi-finger folder on 7-zip 22. Open up the folder containing the newly edited .png image files on c:\android-sdk-windows\platform-tools\finishedpngs\drawable-hdpi-finger 23. Select all the newly edited .png image files and drag them into the drawable-hdpi-finger folder on 7-zip 24. Repeat step 20 25. Exit out of 7-zip 26. Open up the folder with the copy of Music.apk (c:\android-sdk-windows\platform-tools\newAPKwork) 27. Right-click Music.apk and click on Open Archive through 7-zip option 28. Go back through drawable-hdpi and drawable-hdpi-finger and see if the newly edited .png image files have change (success on this) 29. Open up Command Prompt 30. type adb push newAPKwork /system/app Music.apk 31. Hit enter (got a bunch of script just flash before my eyes) 32. I assume the newly edited Music.apk replaced the original Music.apk in /system/app folder on my Droid 2 33. Unplug USB 34. Reboot phone 35. Open up Music to see if changes were made 36. Project was a failure because no changes were made. None of my colors replaced the original colors I'm really stumped and spent nearly my whole weekend trying to practice changing colors on a single APK file with no success. Much help would be entirelly appreciated since I can't seem to have success with other methods as well.