1. kevincwelch's Avatar
    Slight annoyance here.

    I flashed bionix black. Didn't quite like it, so I wiped x3 the cache and dalvik cae and reflashed matted blues. Now I have a hybrid theme. Kind of annoying. I could do a nandroid backup, but that is a little inconvienient.

    Ideas?
    04-27-2011 05:53 PM
  2. 5111's Avatar
    Keep in mind that I have no idea what I'm doing, but...

    Have you tried just flashing it again? Maybe it will fix it. Same reason that we have to wipe each cache 3 times when one should be enough.

    I know that I had to flash my ROM about 3 times to get it to work.
    04-27-2011 06:02 PM
  3. kevincwelch's Avatar
    I've flashed it twice. It's really only the keyboard as far as I can tell that has remained Bionix. Everything else is matted blues. I guess I could flash it again. 3 times is a charm?
    04-27-2011 06:09 PM
  4. kevincwelch's Avatar
    I just can't seem to get rid of this keyboard bionix black business.

    I wiped the cache and installed matted Blues 1.3 and then even flashed Engraved blues 1.1.

    Annoying.

    And now I've found out that Facebook can't be uninstalled after being modified by Bionix. Do you think it's a permissions issue? Same with the twitter app.
    04-27-2011 11:26 PM
  5. jpmorris123's Avatar
    I've found that if a developer has themed a market app, the theme is tied to a version of the app and so because its baked into the theme, I believe permissions have been fixed so it won't update (lest you those the themeing).

    To fix this you need something like Root Explorer that allows you to delete the app, and then install the updated version from the Market. Of course the themeing is lost on that app.

    Sent from my SPH-D700 using Tapatalk
    04-28-2011 04:38 AM
  6. paradox116's Avatar
    I've found that if a developer has themed a market app, the theme is tied to a version of the app and so because its baked into the theme, I believe permissions have been fixed so it won't update (lest you those the themeing).

    To fix this you need something like Root Explorer that allows you to delete the app, and then install the updated version from the Market. Of course the themeing is lost on that app.

    Sent from my SPH-D700 using Tapatalk

    It seems reasonable.I will try it later.Thanks.
    04-28-2011 04:58 AM
  7. Paul627g's Avatar
    Slight annoyance here.

    I flashed bionix black. Didn't quite like it, so I wiped x3 the cache and dalvik cae and reflashed matted blues. Now I have a hybrid theme. Kind of annoying. I could do a nandroid backup, but that is a little inconvienient.

    Ideas?
    You will need to either flash the ROM again/do a full wipe to overwrite the themed files completely in Bionix Black. As you can tell something is being left behind when you flash to another theme and leaving traces of BB. Thats the only downside to when you start switching up themes you can end up with a hybrid theme of sort due to left behind themed files from a previous flashing.
    04-28-2011 09:53 AM
  8. ZiggSeVO's Avatar
    You will need to either flash the ROM again/do a full wipe to overwrite the themed files completely in Bionix Black. As you can tell something is being left behind when you flash to another theme and leaving traces of BB. Thats the only downside to when you start switching up themes you can end up with a hybrid theme of sort due to left behind themed files from a previous flashing.
    Could also try this method

    04-28-2011 10:43 AM
  9. kevincwelch's Avatar
    Well, I did the nandroid thing...all better now.
    04-28-2011 11:17 PM
  10. traumahawk's Avatar
    nandroid is almost always the simplest solution to a problem like that. especially if you've tried re-flashing 3 or 4 times already
    04-28-2011 11:34 PM
  11. skyward's Avatar
    Android Development

    I know it's a little late but in the midnight rom extra folder there is the stock swype zip.
    04-29-2011 10:59 PM
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