Root Need Help: Delete files? How to un-theme?

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  1. s1ckGhost

    s1ckGhost Well-Known Member
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    1. Hey guys, I was wondering if anyone can tell me if I can delete the listed files from the root of the sdcard, or would doing so cause any unwanted behavior?

    'DiskCacheIndex #####.tmp' there are about 22 of these files on the root of my sdcard all having different numbers

    'update.zip'

    'dliveBk' = DAT file

    'flash_image'

    'recovery-0.99.2b.img'

    'recovery-0.99.3b.img'

    'recovery-current.img'

    'zipalign'

    'fix_permissions' = text document

    'cm-recovery-1.4.img'

    2. I used [MM] to apply DropTheme over NexBeast and this resulted..

    CAP201005292134.jpg

    So.. without restoring, how can I un-theme DropTheme from my phone? It changed more than just PowerControl, it changed..:

    -Market
    -YouTube
    -Font (as you can tell)
    -LauncherPro (as you can tell)
    -Phone
    -PowerControl (as you can tell)
    ..and other things

    I am willing to restore it back to how it was, but is there anyway of taking DropTheme off without doing that?

    Thanks to everyone who was able to answer. =]
     

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  2. s1ckGhost

    s1ckGhost Well-Known Member
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    Anyone, porfavor?
     
  3. doomedromance

    doomedromance Well-Known Member
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    Drop theme has replaced all the png images of nextheme.

    Use Pete's NexTheme here, it's an update.zip. It will restore all the pngs from NexTheme.

    The launcherPro you'll probably have to reinstall, because it won't update that image because it's not in the update.zip

    All the /system/apps will revert back to NexTheme. It's slightly different from the one in NexBeast but I don't think you'll notice the difference.
     
  4. s1ckGhost

    s1ckGhost Well-Known Member
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    Awesome, thanks =]

    Bump for the answer to the first question
     
  5. s1ckGhost

    s1ckGhost Well-Known Member
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    Quiet bump - in need of the answer to the first question, thanks !

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  6. Papadroid

    Papadroid Well-Known Member
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    I believe you can delete all of that, but it might be smart to copy all of that to your computer first. I know that the .img files and the update.zip file can be deleted for sure.
     
  7. inssane

    inssane Well-Known Member
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    It would have been easier to make a vanilla ROM nandroid so you could just restore that.
     

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