Questions about theming..

Discussion in 'Galaxy Nexus Development' started by iOSfails, Apr 9, 2012.

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    Exactly how is this done? Do you just download the .zip and flash? Do all themes work for any ROM or do you have to find a theme for your specific ROM?
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    Themes are ROM specific. If you flash a theme for an unsupported ROM, you'll end up in a loop. Aside from that, yes download .zip and flash after you flash ROM and gapps.

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    Not to hijack but is there a sticky or list of what themes will work with what roms

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    No sticky, sorry. It usually says which ROM the theme is for in the OP of the theme thread.
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    OK np found one for liquid I like and flashed it.. if I decide to go back to stock liquid can you just undo the theme? I did make a nandroid before and after do I just restore that?

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    You can do that, or you can reflash the stock ROM.

    E2A. If you restore a nandroid, you can just restore the system partition (advanced restore). If you reflash the ROM, you shouldn't have to wipe.