. Warning: Make sure you do a nandroid backup before attempting this! I've just began experimenting using the NinjaMorph app. I used to theme all of my DROID's icons the old skool way (i.e. creating a new framework-res.apk file, creating a theme and signing, then installing like any other theme using ClockworkMod Recovery), but I wanted to see if I can make this process faster. I like learning the manual methods because it teaches you what is going on 'behind the scenes' ... but faster is nice, right?. Especially since I'm installing a new ROM almost every night now ... due to UD's "Nightly" releases (CLICK). I have all of my favorite icons already, so I just wanted to put them into the drawable-hdpi folder of the framework-res.apk file which is located in /system/framework folder. When I tried NinjaMorph for the first time, I found the process to be rather cumbersome because that app only let's use replace one icon at a time. When you're replacing 55 icons, that can take as long or longer than the manual process. But I found a shortcut that makes it pretty speedy! Note: This HowTo assumes that you already know how to get to the drawable-hdpi folder of the framework-res.apk file using WinRAR or the like, then editing the icons you want using Photoshop, GIMP, or the like. It also assumes that you have installed NinjaMorph from the Market, and know how to navigate file on your sdcard using Astro or the like. Here's what to do: Once you've edited the .png files that you want changed on your PC, put all of those icon files into a folder and then onto the root of your sdcard. I called my folder, ".Theme_Icons". The period at the beginning assures that the folder will appear at the top of the folders list in ASTRO and NinjaMorph. Unmount your DROID from your PC. Open NinjaMorph, tap on 'Start Checks', then on 'New Project'. Tap on the "system" folder, then "framework", then "framework-res.apk". (All of the files will be extracted.) Tap on the "res" folder, then the "drawable-hdpi" folder. Tap on a .png file that you want to swap. Navigate to your icon folder and find the new .png file that's going to replace the one you just tapped. (At the top of the screen, NinjaMorph reminds you of what file you are replacing.) NinjaMorph will ask you to confirm if that's the swap you want to make. Once you've done just one file ... Press the Home button on your DROID. Now open ASTRO (or the like) and navigate to your themed icons folder (mine is called, ".Theme_Icons". Select all of those files and copy them. Navigate to the "AndroidThemes" folder, then the "workspace" folder, then the "framework-resapk" folder, then the "res" folder, and finally the "drawable-hdpi" folder. Then paste your copied files into that folder. You may be asked to "overwrite" each file depending on the app you're using. Long-press the Home button and open NinjaMorph again. Tap the back button at the bottom. Now tap "Existing Project" Tap the "framework-resapk" folder at the top. Tap "Copy Files" at the bottom. Tap the back arrow at the bottom. Tap "Finish Project" at the bottom. Tap the "framework-resapk" folder at the top again. Tap "Yes" to confirm action Tap "Yes" to ZipAlign (optional). Tap "Ok" Read the next dialog box and choose Yes or No. (I choose "No".) Just wait and let NinjaMorph do it's thing and your DROID will reboot automatically. You may have to reset your wallpaper. (Silly NinjaMorph!) 24 steps sounds like a lot, but I assure you this only takes a couple/few minutes once you do it once or twice.