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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by jmpx55x, Feb 16, 2011.

  1. jmpx55x

    jmpx55x Newbie
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    Just got done rooting now what should I do?
    What should I download
     



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  2. McLovlein13

    McLovlein13 Android Enthusiast

    id say get an app called droid 2 recovery bootstrap and bootstrap, go into the recovery, and make a backup. then look for custom roms and themes and most have directions on how to do it
     
  3. RJT185

    RJT185 Android Enthusiast

    Certainly backing up is key. After that you can go to the different ROM threads and try those out.
     
  4. jmpx55x

    jmpx55x Newbie
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    I'm using titanium for back up is that fine?
     
  5. McLovlein13

    McLovlein13 Android Enthusiast

    not sure, i think ti only backs up apps and you want to back up everything in case something goes wrong... the whole bootstrap recovery thing should only take like 10 min and id say its the safest way to go, plus youll need a recovery to download different roms anyways
     
  6. jmpx55x

    jmpx55x Newbie
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    So do I click bootstrap recovery or reboot recovery?
     
  7. McLovlein13

    McLovlein13 Android Enthusiast

    bootstrap first, then when its done reboot recovery
     
  8. jmpx55x

    jmpx55x Newbie
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    Lemme guess I want to backup it from the command list? And I'm not supposed to be doing this on a comp am I? Lol
     
  9. McLovlein13

    McLovlein13 Android Enthusiast

    haha no u dont need a computer for this, it should say something like backup or nandroid. but after you do this i would copy the backup folder onto your computer incase something happens to your sd
     
  10. jmpx55x

    jmpx55x Newbie
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    What rom and theme do you suggest I use :) lol I have no clue where to start
     
  11. McLovlein13

    McLovlein13 Android Enthusiast

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  12. jmpx55x

    jmpx55x Newbie
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    So I just click the rom I want and click download and it will install it?
     
  13. McLovlein13

    McLovlein13 Android Enthusiast

    on fission? i think you have to download the rom by clicking it then boot into recovery using the droid 2 bootstrap. MAKE SURE YOU WIPE DALVIK CACHE AND FACTORY RESET BEFORE YOU INSTALL THE ROM. after that click install from sd card (or something similar to that) and go into the fission folder and the rom should be in there. then install. reboot. theme.
     
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  14. jmpx55x

    jmpx55x Newbie
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    Wait davlik cache? It just says cache lol no devlik
     
  15. jmpx55x

    jmpx55x Newbie
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    Nvrm I found it lol
     
  16. McLovlein13

    McLovlein13 Android Enthusiast

    haha what rom did you pick?
     
  17. jmpx55x

    jmpx55x Newbie
    Thread Starter

    The newest fission because it was easiest I'll prolly end up changing it when I have more time
     
  18. jmpx55x

    jmpx55x Newbie
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    Should I overclock it? And what else should o do other then the rom? What theme do you suggest
     
  19. McLovlein13

    McLovlein13 Android Enthusiast

    yeah i actually like underclocking my phone to save battery but thats up to you. for themes im not sure what the choices are on frm, but i love elegant steel: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=914196. also if you want to make changes to the icons on the notification bar without changing the theme go here:MetaMorph – Categories – droidpirate.com
    To use droid pirate:
    1.download metamorph and open it, if you dont already have busybox, install it (busybox installer from market)
    2.download what you want from droidpirate and save them where they are easy to find
    3.mount your phone to the computer and put the files you want into the AndroidThemes folder (if there isnt one make a new folder and name it that)
    4.unmount then open metamorph
    5.pick what one you want and install, it should reboot when done
     

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