Where are the new ROMS in fission rom manager?

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    I have been lookin in the d2g forums and have been seeing all these new themes, but I don't see any of these new themes in the fission rom manager app. I have the full donated version too. I only have the gingerbread themes, thirdeye, blackout, and those ones that ivr had since like january. Can I only get the newer themes by downloading them from the comp and putting them on my sd card?

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    Actually, downloading the theme or rom yourself to your PC and then moving it to your phone by way of USB connection is the BEST way to do things. And it really isn't any slower than downloading it through a program directly to your phone.

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    I don't think they reall update frm for d2g much/at all..... its had the same things in it the entire time I've had my d2g. Just download it, transfer to sd card, and then install through cwm.

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    Hey, if you are referring to the 2 theme ports (kind of) that I had something to do with then yes, u will have to transfer to root of SD card and install with clockwork recovery

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    Where are the Roms at??

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    Nice JOB twobuells!!:):)..Here we are again!!:icon_ banana:
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    Do I have to wipe my data?

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    I just wipe the cache partillion and install through cwm. It always works fine for me without wiping data.

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    What exactly does wiping the cache partition do?

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    It clears out your cache (duh). This is where your system keeps data in "memory". It acts kind of like cookies do on a browser.
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    I honestly don't know what exactly it does. I'm not very technical with this stuff. I just know when I do almost any kind of flashing you should wipe the cache.

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