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Discussion in 'Team Fusion' started by roberj13, Jun 19, 2010.
...and the red wallpaper? :smile:
Back to the original topic, is there any way the smoked glass look can be disabled just for the album art? Seems to be the case with doubletwist and the standard music player, but not the cubed player. It diminishes the artwork by making part of it look too light. Other than that, the smoked glass looks sweet with this red theme.
HELP PLEASE!!!! Phone gets stuck at android splash screen
Yesterday I attempted to install the Redline theme. My phone is rooted, with a clockwork Rom and I'm running Froyo 2.2. After following the initial instructions by installing the ZIP on the SDcard, going into recovery mode, finding the new Zip, pressing install, install was complete and then rebooting. However, the phone only reboots to the screen that reads"ANDROID" and then it sits there and blinks, but never boots to the desktop.
I tried going back into Clockrecovery attempting an advanced backup restore from the Nandroid folder, but it said no files were found despite them being on the SDcard. My wife has a Droid also, so I checked. I tried a wipe/factory reset. Nothing works..it still does the same thing. Any suggestions? I had SPrecovery, but when I tried to update my ROM in Rom Manager before all this happen the recovery installed Clockwork as my new recovery system.
Did you rename to "update"?
No that was not the instructions for the clockwork install. The Rename "update" was for the SPrecovery. The CW install just stated that I need just put the file in as is
With Clockwork, I don't think you have to rename anything. I may be wrong, but I think the program just tells you to pick what you want to install, and goes ahead and does it.
Mine is blue still also. How do you "fix the permissions". I think that is my issue
Open terminal emulator
chmod 644 /system/app/Twitter.apk
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I can't even get in my phone. It keeps looping and staying at the ANDROID splash
Restart the phone while holding the X key down. Keep the X key depressed until you are in the recovery program. Then restore one of your backups.
Make sure you are using the second Froyo leak. If you are on the first leak you WILL BOOTLOOP.
Then download it, apply it, then you will be out of bootloops and you can decide whether you want to reapply the theme, but it will work with the second leak. I had a 2 hour discussion yesterday with someone who swore he was on the lates, installed that and everything was fine, and he had linked me the first link for where he downloaded Froyo.
So try that.
Couple points for everyone else. If you don't have it, download the froyo zip from the stock images in rom manager. Did you know if you ever start bootlooping from applying that you can just reapply the update zip? It doesn't touch data, but fixes anything in/system or /boot that mightve messed up. I keep a copy of that on my sdcard, much quicker than a restore and I keep all of my up to date information. As of yet I've never had to do a complete restore that has always fixed my problems.
That said, I KNOW that the theme will work with that version, and when you download it from there, there is no question its the right version of froyo.
Also, big note..SpRecovery puts backups in /Sdcard/Nandroid.
Clockwork puts backups in /clockwork/backup
Yu cannot use your SPRfecovery backups with clockwork, so its like they down exist. Sounds like to use them you are going to have to flas SP back the old fashioned way
Since these are updates and not complete backups did you know if you just reapply the update
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after the entry chmod 644 /system/app/Twitter.apk and hitting enter i get the error "unable to chmod /system/app/Twitter.apk: Read-only file system"