T-Mobile theme engine???

Discussion in 'Droid X2 Development' started by adamwhitehead, Sep 20, 2011.

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    Is there a rom for the dx2 that has this feature? Or any talk of developing a rom with the feature?

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    I miss my CM7 theme....I would love this
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    Don't you guys have a stable version of Liberty? If so, the themes from CM7 theme engine can be ported over pretty easily. Just take them apart, and use the pieces you want. Or you can ninja-morph to make your phone exactly how you want it.
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    Dont quiet get what your saying by taking what we want. How would I apply a whole CM7 theme apk to the rom if I flashed Liberty
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    Ok, I'm not sure how much knowledge you have in themeing, but imagine the theme as a giant puzzle, and say you like the battery icons, well you can take those pieces, and use them on your curent ROM (another puzzle). You do that by decompliing the Theme itself, and then just taking the pictures out of them and putting them in your framework through ninja-morph.

    As for flashing the theme, I am pretty sure themes need to ported over to Liberty, becuase I think if you try to flash a CM7 zip into Liberty, you will probably bootloop. I'm not an expert on porting ROMs, but it shouldn't be terribly hard. In the meantime, here is something I found, since I just flashed Liberty for he D2G last night,
    Liberty 3 Themes List - RootzWiki
    Along with instructions on how to flash them properly,
    Error- Theme Install Red Liberty 3 - RootzWiki

    Sorry I can't be of more help.
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    You were helpful. I spent the last hour screwing around with my current rom and moved some things from a kitchen patch that wouldnt flash into the appropriate places they should be...probably gonna brick the phone but hey....thats have the fun isnt it :/
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    Well best of luck!
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    Finally got a kitchen patch to work with eclipse. Had to switch update to amend.

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