Ok so I'm finally rooted!

Discussion in 'Android Hacks and Help' started by Foreverrr, Jul 19, 2010.

  1. Foreverrr

    Foreverrr Member

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    Now that I'm rooted with 2.2 on my Droid, where can I find a guide on how to apply different themes and how to overclock? I can find different themes all over just I don't know how to apply them.

    Thank you!
     
  2. MasterMike32

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    Yea I also just rooted yesterday and have no idea how to install the themes any info on this?
     
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    Install themes the same way you would a ROM. Download the file, place it on the root of your sd card (named update.zip if using SPRecovery), and install through the recovery screen. ALWAYS MAKE A BACKUP BEFORE INSTALLING. To overclock, you need to download an OC'd kernel (install the same way as a ROM/theme), and use setCPU to adjust the speed. I can't remember how much setCPU is in the market.. Hope this helps.
     
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    Ok very important question here if i make a back up will that also back up my settings? more specifically my Wi-fi settings? because I reeally dont want to lose my wep key
     
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    If you are wanting to backup your apps and settings so that you do not have to reinvent the wheel so to speak, you need to download from the market a backup app. Either Titanium or Mybackup Pro are two really good ones.