help with flashing themes!

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    how do i flash a theme over another theme ? but i wanna get rid of the old theme.
    for example, im using the honeycomb theme but i wanna flash a new theme. how do i do this? cause when i flash a theme over the honeycomb theme some "stuff" from the honeycomb theme stay but i want to get rid of it
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    You gotta reflash your rom... im about to reflash sc2.9.2 to get rid of honeycomb and try something else

    sent from a Superclean, Honeycomb, Voodoo Fascinate
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    oh really thank you ! but then does that mean i lose all my contacts and everything?
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    No everything will still be there. Just wipe cache and dalvik cache.

    Sent from my SC'd 2.9.2 ComaVolt'd Fascinate
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    thank you so do i reflash my rom and my kernal o.o?
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    You don't need to re-flash a kernel unless the one you're using gets over written by the rom.(if it comes with a kernel)

    Sent from my SC'd 2.9.2 ComaVolt'd Fascinate
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    ok so i reflashed my rom and guess what my phone doesnt work anymore
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    I would go back and re odin then, see if that fixes it.
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    think the odin worked thx!
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    If you are on a voodoo kernal and then reflash your rom that contains a nonvoodoo kernal, you have to disable lagfix before you flash... nonvoodoo to voodoo=ok, voodoo to voodoo=ok, voodoo to nonvoodoo=NOT OK

    sent from a Superclean, Honeycomb, Voodoo Fascinate
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    i disabled lag fix it still didnt work my phone froze again LOL
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    disable lagfix, reboot
    reboot recovery, wipe cache and dalvik
    flash a nonvoodoo kernel, reboot

    now Voodoo is gone...
    reboot recovery, wipe cache and dalvik and flash any Rom or theme you want for your setup
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    thank you so much? but do i still have to recover through odin now? cause my screen is not passing the samsung boot up
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    if you disabled lagfix already then manually reboot into recovery, wipe all and reflash SC v2.9.2
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    thank you and i didnt want to wipe all :p oh well
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    ok then try wiping cache and dalvik, then reflash SC v2.9.2 and reboot
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    i cleared cache and dalvik and reflashed 2.9.2 but im still stuck on the samsung boot screen
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    Ok....reboot recovery, go into voodoo and make sure lagfix says 'disabled' on both current and next boot
    then wipe data, cache and dalvik, reflash SC v2.9.2 nonvoodoo version, pref the newest version with the updated recovery found here: [FIX][4-1-11]Latest ClockworkMod and SuperClean ROM's - Erasing the CWM Confusion - xda-developers then reboot

    EDIT: if that doesnt work you may have to ODIN
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    i give up lol
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