Uninstalling a theme...

Discussion in 'Android Themes' started by sigua, Jun 28, 2011.

  1. sigua

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    I've made a mess by not backing up and restoring between themes. Is there any way to get back to stock? I'm running aosp liberty on my droid x, can I re-flash the rom over itself without wiping?

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    Yes you should be able to just flash the rom without wiping to get back to stock. Like installing a theme you probably would want to wipe cache as well. I normally do on my D2 and it seems to work out pretty well for me.
     
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    When people say write cache, does that mean cache partition or dalvik cache?

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    That's wipe, not write. Thanks, swype.

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    I feel ya, I am trying to get used to swype as well.

    But yes I was referring to cache partition, dalvik shouldnt be necessary but you could always do it for good measure if you want to.