Root Undo metamorph theme

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by chaos32, Sep 6, 2010.

  1. chaos32

    chaos32 Well-Known Member
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    How do I turn off or undo a theme I applied with metamorph
     

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  2. ppbb

    ppbb Well-Known Member
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    you really can't. you can go back if you did a nand back up.

    before you make any changes,always a good idea to do a nand back just in case you don't like it or something goes wrong.
     
  3. chaos32

    chaos32 Well-Known Member
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    ack. ok good thing i made a back up then! lol how do i restore it?
     
  4. McFluffnStuff

    McFluffnStuff Active Member
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    In recovery go to backup/restore and choose the correct backup and wait for it to restore.


    Although, I dont think its needed. You can remove a metamorph by reflashing the ROM you're using without wiping, cant you?
     
  5. chaos32

    chaos32 Well-Known Member
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    idk i juust did a restore. took me a minute to figure out which one to choose, as the last one was listed with yesterdays date...but i figured it out. Thanks :D
     
  6. kellinwood

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    There's a free app in the market called ZipThemer. It can install MetaMorph themes and provides an undo option (if you install the theme with ZipThemer).

    Ken
     
  7. IzelTokatl

    IzelTokatl Well-Known Member
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    You can go back, just flash your ROM back, and it will place all the fonts, and images back to normal, it will save all your data in place and settings. The only issue is anything you've moved from /Data/apps to /System/apps will be purged, so you just need to move them to data/apps then flash your rom over. DO NOT WIPE and you'll be back to the ROM's original theme.
     

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